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Shoppers leave the new Super Wal-Mart in Antioch. Wal-Mart has settled its lawsuit against the state of Illinois and Lake County attorney general 
offices for environmental violations during construction. 

Calming the water s 

Wal-Mart settlement will be used to help clean up Loon Lake 



By TARA CLIFTON 

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Sometimes good things can 
come out of bad situations. 

Mark Pfister hopes Loon 
Lake will benefit from this 
case. 

Last week Wal-Mart Corp. 
settled a lawsuit that alleged 
•one of its megastores con- 
tributed to water pollution dur- 
ing construction of a super- 
center on the corner of Route 
173 and Deep Lake Road in late 
2003. 

Part of the agreement man- 
dates that Wal-Mart pay a civil 
penalty of $75,000, with $5,000 
going to the Lake County 
Health Department and the 
rest to the state. 

The county health depart- 
ment will use the settlement 
money to help clean and main- 
tain the Loon lakes, said 
Pfister, associate director of 
environmental health for the 
health department. 



The extra funds will help 
the Loon Lakes Management 
Association keep the waters up 
to the health department's 
high standards, Pfister said. 

The association will clear 
obstructions from the channel 
between the two lakes and re- 
store the shoreline, Pfister 
said. 

Health officials are espe- 
cially picky with the Loon 
lakes because they are home to 
several species of state-endan- 
gered plants and fish, Pfister 
said. 

State and county attorney 
general offices filed the lawsuit 
against Wal-Mart in February, 
said Meg Marcouiller, chief 
deputy of civil for the Illinois 
Attorney General's office. 

The Illinois Environmental 
Protection Agency asked the 
two offices to lodge the com- 
plaint after it suspected that 
lack of groundcover .on the 
Wal-Mart construction site 
eroded the soil, Marcouiller 



said. 

Heavy .rains shoved sedi- 
ment down into a roadside 
ditch, which drained into wet- 
lands that connected with the 
Loon lakes, the lawsuit alleged.' 

The natural level of soil in 
the lakes, or suspended solids, 
is about 2.5 mg per liter, Pfister 
said. During Wal-Mart's con- 
struction, Pfister said county 
health workers measured sedi- 
ment levels as high as 700 mg 
per liter. 

"If too much soil runs off it 
will fill the water body, it could 
smother fish eggs, and ruin the 
water quality," Pfister said. 

The lawsuit also claimed 
that Wal-Mart did not provide 
the IEPA with complete re- 
ports that are required under 
the terms of the National 
Pollution Discharge 

Elimination System storm 
water permit granted before 
construction began. 

But things are looking up 
for the lakes. Wal-Mart lias 



taken steps to prevent more 
stormwater from eroding the 
soil, Pfister said. Not only is a 
parking lot in place, but vege- 
tation has been planted to also 
help prevent runoff. 

Village of Antioch officials 
watched these events from the 
sidelines, said Mike Haley, vil- 
lage administrator. 

"Antioch was not in the loop 
at all," Haley said. The issues 
.were county and state related, 
thus the town was not in- 
volved, he said. 

But Antioch has made at 
least one change since learning 
of Wal-Mart's supposed envi- 
ronmental violations, Haley 
said. 

Previously, a construction 
site's topsoil was scraped off all 
at once, Haley said, greatly in- 
creasing the chance of soil ero- 
sion. 

Now village officials re- 
quire construction sites to be 
scraped in stages rather than 
all at once, Haley said. 



Our Town 

Hard work 
earns rank 

Sixteen-year-old Tyler 
James of Lake Villa has 
earned the Eagle Scout rank, 
the highest honor given by the 
Boy Scouts of America. Good 
job! . 

Tyler has been a member of 
Boy Scout Troop 184 since he 
crossed over as a Webelo into 
Boy Scouts on Feb. 6, 2000. 

His scoutmaster, William 
Withers, will present Tyler the 
Eagle badge and pin on Feb. 25 
during a for- 
mal cere- 
mony at the 
Lake Villa 
District 
Library. 

In addi- 
tion to 
scouting, 
Tyler was 
recently in- 
ducted into 
• the National 

Honor Society at LCHS where 
heplays tuba fo r the Lakes 
Marching Band. In his spare 
time he enjoys fishing and 
snowmobiling. 

Johnathan K. Beese of Lake 
Villa also deserves a pat on the 
back, He earned a spot on 
Lewis University's deans' list. 
Johnathan took at least 12 
hours of credit with a grade 
point average of at least 3.25 
last semester. 




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Linda M. Hildebrand, a 2005 
graduate of Antioch 
Community High School, 
graduated from basic military 
training at Lackland Air Force 
Base in San Antionio, Texas. 
During six weeks of training, 
Hildebrand studied miitary 
customs and courtesies, per- 
forming marches, learned rifle 
marksmanship and more. Her 
parents, Kimberly Hildebrand 
of Pahrump, Nev., and Kevin 
Smith of Lake Villa, must be 
very happy for her. 



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Revoked Driver's License 

Charles L Shelly, 33, 2812 Elisha 
Ave. in Zion, was arrested at 11:51 
p.m. Feb. 21 on charges of driving 
with a revoked license. 



Burger King robbed 

Masked gunmen forced employ- 
ees at the Burger King on 338 
Route 173 in Antioch to the 
ground early Tuesday. 

Around 12:38 a.m. three men 
wearing ski masks entered the 
restaurant as workers were leav- 
ing. One suspect flashed a silver 
handgun and ordered the man- 
ager to open the safe while forc- 
ing other employees to the floor. 
An undisclosed amount of money 
was taken. Hie suspects fled the 
area. No shots were fired and no 
one was injured. 

No other information was avail- 
able at presstime.. 

Police are looking for three 
black males with medium to 



large builds. One suspect wore a 
mustache. Call the Antioch Police 
Department at 847-395-8585 
with any information. 

Suspended Driver's 
License 

iavterMuniz,Jr.,28,4918W. 
Potomac in Chicago, was ar- 
rested at 5:57 a.m. Feb. 21 on 
Savage Road near White Road on 
charges of driving with a sus- 
pended license. 

George J. Reinert, 60, 38581 
Hillandale in Spring Grove, was 
arrested at 1:04 a.m. Feb. 22 on 
Route 83 near Beach Grove Road 
on charges of driving with a sus- 
pended license. 

' Christine M. Sequeira, 32, 113 
Oakwood Drive, was arrested at 
5:20 p.m. Feb. 23 at the intersec- 
tion of Northwood Ave. and 
Lakewood Drive on charges of 
driving with a suspended license. 

No valid driver's license 

James W. Stewart, 33, 2535 W. 
Chicago Ave. in Chicago was ar- 



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rested at 8:21 p.m. Feb. 25 at the 
intersection of Savage Road and 
White Road on charges of driving 
without a valid license. 

LAKE VILLA 

No valid driver's license 

Margarita Aguilar-Padilla, 28, of 
10507 294 Ave.; Trevor, Wis., was 
charged Friday, Feb. 24, with 
speeding and driving without a 
valid driver's license. 

Mark C.Mitsvin, 30, of 37125 N. 
Antonio, Lake Villa, was charged 
Tuesday, Feb. 21, with improper 
lane use and driving with a re- 
voked license. 

UNDENHURST 
Lindsey N. Schaffer, 22, of 
36673 N.Wildwood, Lake. Villa, 
was charged Tuesday, Feb. 21, 
with driving with a suspended li- 
cense and driving without insur- 
ance. 

Jennifer L. Schwartz, 37, of 1015 
N. Mapleton Ave., Oak Park, was 
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license, driving with a suspended 
registration and driving without 
insurance. 

DUI 

Cassie M. Colon, 19, of 37525 N. 
Sheridan Road, Beach Park, was 
charged Sunday, Feb. 26, with im- 
proper lane use, driving through a 
red light, driving without insur- 
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of alcohol by a minor, driving 
under the influence of alcohol 
and driving under the influence of 
alcohol over .08 BAG. 

Her passenger, Dean A. 
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mitting driving under the influ- 
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1721 Northwestern, Gurnee, was 
charged Friday, Feb. 17, with driv- 
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Eric Osher, 19, 1322 Walnut 
Drive, Round Lake Beach, was 
charged Thursday, Feb. 23 for 
DUI. 

James R. Hammond, 41, Fox 
Lake, was charged Friday, Feb. 24 
for DUI, disobeying a traffic con- 
trol device and failure to signal. 

Oscar Chavez, 25, 318 South 
Channel Road, Round Lake Beach, 
was charged Saturday, Feb. 25 for 
DUI, improper lane usage and 
failure to signal. 

Possession of cannabis 

Brian Hughes, 19, 804 
Grandview Drive, Round Lake 
Park, was charged on Thursday, 
Feb. 23 with possession of 
cannabis and drug paraphernalia. 

Thomas E. Hamilton, 17, 335 E. 
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Neighbors 




Jerod Howard 
ofAntioch 

I'm originally from: 

Chicago 

My family and pets: 
Are loyal and fun 

Occupation: 

Actor/vocalist/restaurant business 

I graduated from: 

Grayslakc HiglV College of Lake County 

Community involvement: 
Theater, homeless shelter service 

What I like best about my town: 

The people and the white tree lights 

Hobbles: 

Model cars 

Favorite movie: 

Cinderella Man 

Favorite band: 

The Killers 

Favorite sports team: 

Blackhawks 

Favorite restaurant: 

Leona'sandlnfini-Tea 

Favorite home-cooked meal: 

Anything my mom cooks when she vis- 
its 

If I had a million dollars, I would: 

Have a lot of new friends 

If I had a plane ticket to a 
nywhere, I would go to: . 

Ireland 

My pet peeve is: 

People who take others for granted 

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The Reverend Ron Anglim 
looks upon burning palms 
during a prayer service 
Tuesday at St. Peter School in 
Antioch, Students used the 
ashes for Ash Wednesday. , 

Chris Mors, school princi- 
pal, said the service was a 
great outside activity and en- 
abled children to learn more 
about Catholicism. 

"As always they get excited 
when they see things burn- 
ing," Mors said, chuckling. 
But they also realize that the 
ashes worn on the forehead 
symbolize the Christian faith 
and remind them to live holy 
lives. 

The palms burned were 
those that were used for last 
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Friday, March 3, 2006 «Page'A9 



By TARA CLIFTON 

tcliflon@nwnewsgroup.com 

To a group of 15 to 20 parents 
and students, seeing the 
Antioch/Lake Villa Township 
building void of school district 
117 board members Tuesday 
confirmed the rumors they had 
heard all week: 

Rob Crist, principal of Lakes 
Community High School, was 
no longer an employee of the 
district. 

The district had scheduled 
an emergency board meeting 
but ended up canceling it 
around noon Tuesday, said Bill 



Ahlers, the district's business 
manager. 

Both par- 
ents and stu- 
dents were 
furious, 
upset that the 
district 
seemed to not 
be willing to 
give them an- 
swers. 

"There's a 
big percep- 
tion that 

there's a big communication 
problem in the district," Ron 
TummineHo told Bill Ahlers. 




Rob Crist 



A group had gathered 
around Ahlers, being the only 
official available at the time. 

"There are things being 
done that are really suspi- 
cious," Tumtnincllo said. 

Ahlers confirmed that Crist 
put in his resignation letter to 
the administration, but said he 
could not go into any further 
details until the school board 
officially acted upon the infor- 
mation. 

The board will do so 
Thursday at its regular meet- 
ing at 7 p.m. at the Antioch 
Community High School li- 
brary. 



Kateri, Tumminello's 

daughter and a sophomore at 
LCHS, said teachers and school 
officials had been acting 
strangely all week. 

Kateri and two of her friends 
said they noticed that Crist was 
no where in sight. Usually he is 
roaming the hallways, Kateri 
said, talking with students. 

"If they would just tell us 
what's going on there wouldn't 
be any rumors going around," 
Kateri said. 

One women told Ahlers that 
cancelling the meeting unex- 
pectedly wasn't fair. "I'm just 
so mad." she said. 



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Get a grip on bathroom storage 



Have you been bitten by the 
1 organizing bug? Are you con- 
stantly searching for new 
spots in your home for stor- 
age? If so, you're not alone. 
Suddenly, organizing your 
home spaces is "in" and there 
are entire television shows, 
magazines and stores devoted 
to helping homeowners clean 
up their act. 

Even if you're not a natural 
organizer, you can get a grip 
on clutter in your home. 
Experts advise taking it room 
by room, and starting small, 
so you're not overwhelmed by 
the scope of the project. Set 
aside enough time so you can 
focus on the task at hand - you 
don't want to tear apart a 
room and have to stop midway 
through and run out to pick 
the kids up from school leav- 
ing the mess worse than 
before. 

A good place to start is the 
bathroom. Usually the small- 
est room in the house, the 
bathroom is also the most 
heavily used. It serves as a 
dressing room, a first aid sta- 
tion, linen storage area, spa, 
hair salon and more. 

While you may crave a 
room makeover, there arc less 
drastic (and more affordable) 
solutions to battle bathroom 
clutter. For example, if you 
have room, replace your cur- 
rent vanity with one that 
offers more storage. You can 
also add usable space by 
installing shelves with pegs; 
this solves the practical prob- 
lem of whore to hang robes 
and towels while also provid- 
ing a place to add some deco- 
rative touches. 

One of the most innovative 
storage solutions is a sliding 
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right in. The Stor-ganize door 
incorporates sturdy, modular, 
easy-toclean shelves and 
hooks in a column that can be 
mounted on either the water 
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It's recommended to sort through assorted soaps, bath oils, shampoos, 
razors and tcys from the shower and tub area. 



of the duor. It eliminates those 
rusty shower caddies, flimsy 
wall brackets and cluttered 
bathtub ledges, and can store 
up to 15 bottles plus other 
accessories and bath toys. The 
Stor-ganize bath and shower 
doors come in two sizes - one 
that fits most standard 5-foot 
baths/showers and a model for 
a 60-inch showering space. 

You still have to get organ- 
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stop guide to dccluttecing and 
reorganizing your bathroom. 

• Empty all cabinets, draw- 
ers, linen closets, medicine 
chests, throw away any 
expired medications, no 
longer used or empty bottles, 
and threadbare towels. 

* Clear all the assorted 
soaps, bath oils, shampoos, 
conditioners, razors and toys 
from the shower and tub 
areas, tossing anything that is 



leaking, empty or that looks 
like a lab experiment gone 
wrong. 

• Now that the bathroom 
spaces are cleared, give them a 
thorough cleaning, especially 
areas such as under the sink 
that may not have seen the 
light of day for a while. 

• Sort through the items 
you have collected and sort 
them in a way that makes 
sense to you. Then figure out 
the best way to store them. 

Uecause storage space is at 
a premium in a small room 
like the bathroom, you may 
have to get creative to make 
the most of the space avail- 
able. The good. news is that 
you may be surprised by how 
much space you have now that 
you've weeded through and 
discarded some of the clutter. 

Once you take stock of 
what you have to organize, 
head out to your local store to 
pick up storage supplies. 
Plastic pails or bins can store 
bath time toys out of sight; 
drawer dividers can help cor- 
ral makeup and other miscel- 
laneous items; small plastic 
boxes are great for storing 
medications (every family 
member can have a different 
color so there's never any con- 
fusion). Two-tiered under-the- 
sink storage shelves can dou- 
ble the space you have to stash 
toilet paper and cleaning sup- 
plies. 

Once you get going, you'll 
come up with other clever 
storage solutions that will 
help keep your bathroom clut- 
ter-free. And you just might bq- 
motivated to tackle the base- 
ment! 

The Sterling Stor-ganize 
bath/shower doors are avail- 
able at The Home Depot 
nationwide or via Sterling's 
wholesale distributors. For " 
more information, visit 
www.SterlingPlumbing.com or 
call (000) STERLING. 

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As spring arrives, along with it 
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specific time to complete an 
annual cleaning, according to a 
recent survey. And, the bathroom 
is the first place homeowners 
look to make drastic changes: 

Save the counter. Does your 
bathroom countertop turn into a 
space for clutter? Try mounting 
some easy-lo-install shelves 
where you can store your tooth- 
brush, make-up, and other per- 
sonal items that tend to take up 
precious counter space. 

Curtain call. A new, colorful 
shower curtain can bring new life 
to your bathroom. But since 
shower curtains easily accumu- 
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regularly with a product proven 
to kill the mold spores, like Tilex 
Mold & Mildew Remover. 

Hamper Damper. Are clothes 
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Procure a medium-sized clothing 
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Hottest trend in new home construction 



If you're in the market for a new 
home and planning to build, you'll be 
pleasantly surprised by all the options 
available to you. These days, builders . 
are offering all kinds of incentives to 
get customers through the door. 

Among them: free upgrades to high- 
er-end appliances; decorative lighting 
fixtures; and the option of getting 
wood, tile, carpet, or a combination of 
the three installed at no extra cost. 

But perhaps the most popular incen- 
tive is the offer to pre-wire the home 
for convenience and entertainment. 
Today's new home construction incor- 
porates three levels of A/V built-ins: 
whole house audio; home automation; 
and home theater. 

Whole house audio includes wiring 
for a speaker or speakers in every room 
for music and intercom; home automa- 
tion involves connecting all systems in 
the house to a central computer that 
can do everything from turning lights 
on and off to preheating the oven when 
you're on your way home from work; 
but perhaps the most popular addition 
to new home construction these days is 
putting in a home theater. 

The options in this arena are end- 
less so it will require careful planning 
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Today's new home construction incorporates three levels of A/V built-ins: whole house 
audio, home automation and home theater. 



want. The most important thing to 
decide before the wiring begins would 
be all the places you want a TV to go. 
In the kitchen, that may be under a 
cabinet to save counter space. In the 
bedroom, family room or even the bath- 



room, it may be the wall to save floor 
space. 

"If you'll be hanging a flat panel TV 
in your home it's important to let your 
contractor know ahead of time. They 
are thin, sleek and classy looking but 



they are also quite heavy and need to 
be securely fastened to the wall, !' says 
Keith Pribyl of Sanus Systems, a St. 
Paul, Minnesota-based company that 
designs and builds a broad variety of . 
audio/video furnishings, mounts and 
accessories. 

Deciding the location and size of 
your flat panel TV prior to building 
allows the contractor to place wall 
studs where they are needed, assuring 
the walls are strengthened for their 
load. It also allows for more options 
when it comes time to mount the 
device. 

Flat panel TVs are getting thinner 
every year, but even the thinnest are 
still two-and-a-half to three inches 
thick so they stick out when mounted, 
unless you get one of Sanus Systems' 
new flush mount kits. They fit right 
into the wall and contain the mount 
and all the wiring you need in one con- 
venient package. The kit can be put in 
after the house has been built, but is 
easiest to install during construction. 

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$1000-53425 WEEKLYI 

TYPING Irom homo. Data 
entry workers needed online 
immediately, Evoryono quali- 
fies. NO experionco re- 
quired. Nevor leave your 
homo. NO selling. Amazing 
opportunity! Guaranteed pro- 
gram! 
www.DalaEnlryPro.com . 



DRIVERS ARE YOU golting 
tho pay you desorvo? Roohl 
drivors are! Van - up lo $.39. 
Flatbed - up lo $.41, plus 
larp. Sign on bonus. Stu- 
dents Wolcomo. Class A re- 
quired. EOE coll 7 days a 
wook (877)774-5313 

www.GoRoohl.com 

DRIVERS OWNER70PERA- 
TOR & company now pay 
pkgo benefits avail, groat 
lanes & equipment Dry vans - 
growing company bost driv- 
ors call (877)334-3820. 



Companion Caregivers 



In domes in Liko Forest days, 

evenings, nights and weekends, 

Transportation helpful, English 

spooking/ writing necessary. 

North Shore Private Outy, Inc. 

847-457-2160 
Also hiring lor Retail ilort days 9-5. 



DATA ENTRY WORK from 
anywhoro. Flexible hrs. per- 
sonal computer req'd. Exc. 
career opportunity. Serious 
Inquiries only (000)344-9636 
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DRIVER - CONVENANT 
TRANSPORT. Regional 

Runs available. Excellent pay 
& benefits. Exp. drivers, 
teams, 0/0, & Studonts wel- 
come Rofrigoralod now 
available (888)MORE-PAY 
(88B-667-3729). 




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Help Wanted 
Kill-Time 



New spacious state of the art animal hospital looking lor energetic, 

experienced Veterinary Technician eager to expand on established 

animal hospital, Experienced is required. Benefits for full limo positions. 

MiimlelciiB Animal Hospital 

&% 650 N. Midlothian Rd. • Mundelcin, 



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FAX: 847-566-5877 

Wo Phono Calls Ploaso 



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Great 

opportunities 
start dene.' 

Professional 

r offlfe In Gurnee 
Isoekfng Individuals 
I ^computer skills, 
J administrative and 

FT/PT available. 
Fax resume to: 
047-597-2477 



DRIVERS - AMERICA'S on 
tho Movoll Got rollin' w/a 
Now Corecr. CR England 
sponsored 16 day CDL Train- 
ing (877)554-0221 



DRIVERS - CRESCO linos 
Inc., over 40yrs in business. 
Exc, pay. wkly sottlemonls, 
yrty bonuses & raises 
(800)323-4-170 O/O Wei- 
coma, 



DRIVERS - FLATBED 1st 
yonr $40,000 oxcollonl miles 
homelimo. Bonusos 

0.024/mile quarterly and 
,04/mlle yoarly. CDL "A" 6 
months experience EW Wylio 
Corporation (377)907-7648 
www.wyllotrucking.com . 



UP TO $1750 wkly Income. 
Nationwide company now hir- 
ing homo maltlors. Easy 
work. Exciting wkly pay- 
chocks/bonuses. Written 
guaranloo Free Info call 
(000)480-9440. 



SIGN FRANCHISE RATED 
111 oxpnnding locally. Turn- 
key operation. Financing 
avail. Call (B0OJ28G-8671 or 

Wffiw^sjgoflfiiinaJioiQ 



MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS, 
modolsl Mako $100- 
$300/day no oxp. roq'd., 
FT/PT all looksneodedl 
(800)714-7341. 



HIGH $$$ PAYI Olforing ev- 
ery wookond homal Call lor 
program dotall; todayl TMC 
(800)247-280,? ext 1 No 
CDL? Wo con help coll 
(800)247-2862 wx 3 
w ww.tmclrnns.com 



REGIONAL DEDICATED, 
CLASS A Drivers noododl 
SIGN-ON-BONUS, woekond 
homotlmo. TOP PAYI Call 
Sunday or anytime, PRIORI- 
TY TRANSPORTATION 
(800)727-5289 



STUDENT LOAN 
COUNSELOR 



llo j mi i'lrjuy helping 
iillirrvf V\V IlIlVV II ("rL'ttl 
■ippnrl tinli >* feir n wcll- 
erUiini/oil sell- inn! iv.ilnl 
pcrMHl with urn"! 
cDiiintiiiilciiiliiii .skills, 
itcspiinsllite fur counseling, 

fill Sllllk'lll lllllll llCCillllllS. ! 

Customer service mill cull 
center oNjifrlcncL' preferri'il 
hiil will train llierf|<til 
cnntlliliiic. Bilingual a 
plus. We offer un excellent 
tiilnry mill fjrem liencfll 
mckti^C; 

Pax resume to 
(847) 887-8501 
Attn: Mr. Curtis 

ore-mail 

mcudiss 

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DRIVERS/CDL-A VAN ■ flat- 
bed drivers. $60,000 + yrly 
potonlllnl. High wkly miles 1yr 
JfT oxp. SMX (800)247-8040 

w ww, smxc . com 



DRIVERS/DRIVING 
SCHOOL GRADUATES 

wanlod. Tuition reimburse- 
ment. No walling tor trainers. 
Passongor polcy. No NYC. 
Guaranteed homolimo Dodl- 
calod and regional available. 
USA Truck (6GS) 4^,-34 13. 



PHAT JOB. HIRING sharp 
outgoing pooplo to Travel US 
representing sport, fashion & 
news publications. Expense 
paid training, base guaran- 
tee. Dally - Wkly - monthly bo- 
nusos. Trans & hotel provid- 
ed, return trip guaranteed. 
Call today start tomorrow 
(800)282-0381. 



Want to Save 
Big Bucks?? 

LAKELANDS 
CLASSIFIEDS 
CAN HELP YOU 
FIND THE RIGHT 
EMPLOYEES FASTII 
TO PLACE YOUR 
JOB OPPORTUNI- 
TIES IN OUR CLAS- 
SIFIED SECTION, 

JUST CALL 
MONDAY-FRIDAY, 

8AM-5PM. 

(847)223-8161 or 

Fax 

(847) 223-2691 



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We are looking for an aggressive and 
responsible person to own & operate their 
own delivery trucks. Low investment - 
excellent return. Super security with a 
growing company. Don't wait, this could be 
your opportunity of a lifetime! 
Apply In person at: 

lMjL=Ur. a iA/fc> Hwy 60 just E of Hwy 45 
Sao Kevin, Dave, Adam 



Food and ; 
Beverage Manager 



I'ulilir £<>ir dull iccks experienced and energetic 

manager. Ability lo book parlies assliu in restaurant, 

liar and room *ei-itp, Person mult be able lo prepare 

1 proposals far lumpicis and work closely with Incentive ] 

' Chef and General Manager. Microsoft Word and Excel 

kiHiwIclgc required, Tim i« a seasonal petition will) 

sonic weekends and Friday nigh is. 

Call 
White Deer Run Golf Club 

Venwn Hills - 847-680-6100 




or 




the choice is yours 

At CON-WAY, we mako it our business to make sure that 
at tho end of every business day. ..you can drive homo, 
That's because we know what's important to you, and il 
it's important to you, it's important to us. Build a better 
future and enjoy a bettor life; that's the CONWAY way. 

DRIVER SALES. REPRESENTATIVE 

Join tho loader of tho trucking industry as a Driver/Sales 
Representative (or Con-Way Central Express. Roquires . 
a Class A CDL with hazardous and doubles/triples 
endorsements. We olfer a lop rale ol $21.95 per hour. 
Medical, dental, vision and prescription benefits after 3 
months. Wo also oiler profit sharing and a 401(k| piogram. 
Ask us about our hazmat reimbursement program. 

DRIVER APPRENTICES 

Con-Way Central Express will train you lo become a Driver 
and pass the CDL test. Applicants who meet certain 
requirements will receive this training at no charge. Best 
ol all, we will hire you to work on our dock while you 
are going through the program. Part-Time Dockwotkers 
earn $14.15 per hour. Alter obtaining the CDL, you will 
become a Driver for CCX. 

CCX offers a comprehensive benefits package to all regular 
employees and o rewarding, challenging caroer with 
growth potential. Contact: CON-WAY CENTRAL 
EXPRESS, 957 Tower Road, Mundelcin, IL 60060 
Fax; (8471 566-8747; Phone: (800) 462-0969; E-mail: 
ccx.iobs@con-way.com. 

Wo conduct pre-employment drug screen and background 
chock. Con-Way Central Express is an Equal Opportunity 
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PATIENT ADVOCATE 

Q Seeking rep to develop telephone rapport & assist (J 

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Must Iiave .ibiliiy lo learn complex technical ~ 
Q Information to communicate effectively with (J 

various individuals; process* work under time r\ 
constraint, and work with computer to process and v 
Q document activity. We offer, a competitive salary and Q 
excellent benefits. Send resume w/cover letter to: 
UMI Solutions 
HC0 NnrlhpciiiU Blvd, Waultcgah, II, 60085 
Attn: Kim Chapman 
orkchapman@raiuisohitioiis.net 















ANNOUNCING 

"Wc Have Just Increased Our 

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2 Nights Home Oui of 7 

ncnents Coverage The 1st 

Of the Month after 30 Daysl 

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877-687-5627 







Now Hiring for the following positions: 



* Food Servers (Training Available) 

• Experienced Walters/Waitresses 

• Experienced Bartondors 

• CNC Set-up Programmers 

• Credit Analysts 

• Bilingual Data Entry Clerks (Eng/Span) 

• Mechanical Assemblers 



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cat 1-KD44-FKIE H-«LiMf/.7433| 

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www.con-way.com 



i SERVICE TECH c 

liltntril, Oprnlnj; & est. 

MiiiitlcK!:i firm for l-xji. ' 

Spn/Ptmt ie»:h. Musi have 

{•nod wiii king kitou ledge 

elect ran les I piunps/i iicKun. 

/pliimlilii^, koikI pnitilciii 

Mil vIiik. wrlltcii/ornl skills 

tn «lrlviti(> rt't, he punctual, 

orgiini/i'il, lltlllt'Sl, icnm 

pltiyer . Ins. , heiicflts. Pay 

depends oti inialiflnulniis. 

FAX resume \vl\my 

history lo Iton 

(U47)S00-0I0I. 

Call (047) SGO-0034. 



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Experienced "CN As 



Make a difference in the 

quality o! life ol Seniors! 

Come and Go 

CNAs lo provide 

exceptional private duty 

Home Care, 

Must have 

reliable transportation 

Partners In Senior Care 
847-548-1330 




ads get results! 



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Telomarkollng 

EARN GOOD 

MONEY RIGHT 

FROM THE 

START!! 

If you'ro monoy molrvaled, 
Qonl-oriontod nnd possess 
oxcellcnl totophono skills, IPA 
has a fjrent posilion lor you. Wo 
nro oxpanding our Inside Sales 
Team and looking for motivated 
Individuals lo fallow-up with our 
clionls ovor tho phono. 

$50-$75K realistic 

first year 

commissions 

IPA olfors qu.ililicd loads, lull 
bonolits, a generous 
cominission slructuro and 
managomonl opportunities. 
Exparicnca Is not necessary, 
our comprehensive (raining 
/maniwfng program will encuro 
your success! 
To schedule an interview 
Call Ms. Flshman 

800-531-2542 

Fax: 847-495-6763 

E-mail: 

ro:s.ario@lpa-ibaxom 

Equal Opportunity 

Employer 



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Ull.SillL'S.S 

Opimrhwillcs 



#1 Company Sweeping the 

Nation) 

For Business 

Minded Women. 

Have tun selling Lingerie 

& Romance Products in 

, your area. Flexible 

Investment Packages. 

Make your own Schedule, 

average rep makes 

S€5/per hr. profit. 

We hire Quality not 

Quantity & we TRAIN 

for Success! 

Contact Surprise Parlies, 

District Otlico 

(847)515-3434 

Visit mo on the web @ 

www.shannazalud.surp risQ- 

parilies.com . 



ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE 
do you earn $800 in a day? 
Your own local candy route. 
Includes 30 machines and 
candy. All (or 39995 
(800)893-1185. 



A TERRIFIC NEW 

OPPORTUNITY 

What It I told that you that 

thore la technology which 

you can Install on your 

computer that would 

enable 

you to never mako an 

outgoing client call again, 

but Instead clients would 

call you? What would that 

be worth to you? 

Call (847) 322-2429. 



ABSOLUTE GOLDMINE!! 
S5000/MO residual Income 
attainable by 2nd month. 
First year potential of 
$1Q,00O-$3O.OOO per month 
very attainable. Hottest prod- 
uct in 40 years. It sells itself. 
Only been In States 24 
months-Top producers al- 
ready earning over $70K per 
month! (866)236-6926. 



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DECORATORS 
WANTED 

Lovo to Decorate. Help 

Others, Learn, Earn Extra 

Income? 

Join March 6 thru 3 1st 

and rocfeve: 
S500 in Merchandise lor 

only $99!!! 

Candy Coopot 047~lB7-t701 

llOfBEdecorJiconKCislJiol 

liDmcinlcriors.cQiii/ 

corKiycoopcr 

Bolter Homes S 

Gardens/Homo 

Interim s/Kids Lino& moro 



EARN $10 S50K $100K in 
Iho next 90 days! $1000- 
$4500/per sale. $2500 Inv. 
req'd NOT MLM. Call (or im- 
mediate interview (800)679- 
7420 

EARN $4375 WEEKLY! 
Pcocessing simple o-mails 
onlinel $25 per email senll 
Answer simplo surveys on- 
line! S25-S75 per survey! 
Froo government granls! 
$10,000-5250,000 novor re- 
pay! 
www.lastcashnlhomo.com . 

"FREE ENERGY- THE 
World's Next Hot Commodity! 
Renewable util's LTD. oilers 
impressive financial rewards 
tor connected direct sales 
leaders. No Invest. Info 24/7 
(800)329-4980. 

ARE YOU MAKING $1710 
por weok? All cash vending 
routes with prime locations 
available now! Under $9000 
investment required. Call Toll 
Free (24/7) (800)276-8520. 

BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Earn 
up to 50% by sellling AVON. 
Call Joanne (847)445-8741. 
Para Espanol Llamada Marl 
(047)791-2084, 

GOLF BUSINESS - Play lots 
ol golf. Play bettor golf. Help 
people thru charities. Earn an 
awosomo income and it's a 
Buslriuf-s Expense. (800)516- 
8767. 



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DAISY DAYCARE 

Ages 3-12 

Planned Menus 

Planned Activities. 

Bilingual, Licensed, 

CPR & First Aid, 

We work w/DHS. 

Margarita 

(847)265-6711 



WE'VE GOT ITl 
LlkTJAM) 

JOURNALS 

847-223-8161 




LOVING ANTIOCH 
MOTHER 

ot 2 teens; will watch your 

child under 5 in my home 

FT, any hrs. 

Price reasonable. 

Lisa (815)302-6301 or 

(847)838-1966 

JOIN MY FAMILY. Now 
Home Daycaro in Round 
Lake Heights, 3 openings 
avail. In-fanls welcome. 
(847)270-0676. 



ROUND LAKE DAY CARE 
fN MY VALLEY LAKES 
SUB. HOME 
Has openings for 5 FT-agos 
1-5 yr old. Meals & healthy 
snacks & structured days 
w/plannod activities. 
Ask for Dobbio (847)740- 
1442. 



DAY CARE PROVIDED 
by licensed Practical Nurso 
with 15 yrs experience in ear- 
ly childhood education. Daily 
structural activities. Operat- 
ing on Dist. 76 school calen- 
dar. Mundcleln area. 
(047)566-9372. 

LOVING MOTHER WOULD 
like to care lor your child in 
my Ingleslde homo; Irg yrd, 
nutrious moals/snacks. 

Gavin School Dist. 
Reasonable ralos; rol's avail. 
Joyce (847)307-1537. 




EARN DEGREE ONLINE 
Irom homo modfeal, busi- 
ness, paralogal, computers, 
criminal justice job placomnl. 
Computer provided. Financial 
Hid i! qualify. (860)858-2121 
www, onlinolido watortec. com. 

MISSOURI WELDING 1NSTI- 
TUTE, INC. Novada Missou- 
ri. Bocomo a Codified Pipo 
and Structural Welder. Earn 
top pay in 18 wooks. Many 
companios seek our gradu- 
ates. (800)667-5885. 



NOW ENROLLING 

Piano & Voice 

Instruction & Tutoring. 

All Ages. Flexible Hrs. 

Call Delta (847)507-0491 

Email: 
dewilbald 1 <ffynhoo.com 



PRIVATE PIANO LESSONS 

Contact Tnlynnn 

(847)949-0131 

PVT. GUITAR A PIANO 

LESSONS 

1st Lesson is FREEI 

(847)C29-GU 19. Stacy 

mm.inysLKfQfto.cojD 




ANTIQUE 1930'S LIGHT 
WOOD DININGROOM TA- 
BLE w/1 captain chair & 3 
side choirs. Good condi- 
tion. S100/bost. (847) 543- 
9534. 




^ Crafters ^ 

are being 

sought for an Art anil 

Craft Fair to be held 

from 9n.in.-'ln.in. 

Saturday, April fl sit 

Waticoiulu High 

School. Contact 

l.ynn Muiison at 

lynnvivQcomntsUivt 

or at 047-014-5015; 

or Deb Dorscyat 

047-5:13-1022 for 

additional details and 

u registration form. 



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M02: Instructions for o Granny 

Square, Pineapple stitch, or 

Striped afghon to crochet 

Crochet 1/2 circle hearth rug or 

table runner. Also in full color is o 

see stitch or tumblin ribbon 

afghon lo knit Clear instructions. 

5 afghans, table runner & rug. A 

great value. This pattern is $3.15 

plus $1.50 shipping & handling. 




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Make Checks Payable To: 

Reader Mail, Deft. -6101 

Box 520, LuoiNCiON, Ml 49431 

Print namc, adhss, zip, 

mttKN mum and SIZL 

*- . VISA A MASTERCARD «— 

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FIREWOOD 

CALL FOR 

QUALITY WOOD & 

QUICK DELIVERY!! 

L&D ' 

Firewood 

2yr. seasoned 

Mixed Hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 
STACK IT FOR YOU 

FREE!!! 
CALL FOR PRICES1! 
Home (847) 223-3161 
cell (847) 345-8027. 



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AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 
BIG SALE, and thoro Is still 
things Hint just did not go.... 
Coll us al LAKELAND 
News- 
papers and run it under Iho 
'FREE or Giveaways* classi- 
fied column. FREE ADS nro 
NO CHARGEI (847) 
223-816f.ox!. 191. 



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furniture 



BaBDaDDDHOB 
Mentor Quest 

fixes. your computer fasti 

; ' Call today at: '* . 

847-740-2622 

or visit our website at: 

.WWW.MENTORQUEST.CO 

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g^u registration lorni.^g 



MOVING SALE 

116 E. Clarendon Dr., 

Round Lake Beach 

(Molroso & Clarendon), 

Starling Fri. 3/3/06 

running lor one week. 

(647)740-6935. 




BUY 

FURNITURE 

WHOLESALE!! 

DONT PAY RETAILI 

UNBEATIBLE PRICES 

3pc Leather Sofa Set 
SBMse.t 

Mlcrotlber Sectional 

w/lthr trim pillows... $595 

3pc Chrome Leg 

Deluxe Leather Set 

$1015 

Italian Leather Sofa 

$350 

Ashley Leather Sec. w/2 

Recllncrs /Sleeper 

$m$ 

Spc Oak Bdrm Set 

$390 

Solid Wood Louis 

Phllllpo 

Design Bdrm Set S9.9.0. 

6pc Cherry BdrmSot 

$390 

Twin Mattress Set 

Full Mattress Set JZQ 
Oueen Mattress Set _$O0 
Queen Dbl PilfuwTop 
Deluxe Mattress Set 

$190 

King Mattress Set 

$39.0 

5 pc Dinette Set 
$95 

Spc Blk DR Sot S15S 

7pc Cherry Fnsd Dr 

$390 

Chippendale Style 

Dining 

RoomSot w/Chlnn 

SJ195 

Futon w/Doluxc 

Mattress 

$100 

Ashley Lthr Sec. w/Rccl. 

6 Chase Lounge 
S149 5 

Ashley 3pc Sofa Set 

SZ50 

Asrt'd New Couches 

$100 
Computer Desk 

$S5 
Lrg Italian Bar 

sim 

We Will Beat 
ALL PRICES 

Don't Miss This Giant 

Warehouse Saletl 

Can Deliver Days 

VISIT OUR WEBSITE 

HR.QH 
ivivw. shcldoncord. com 

(773)973-7070 
OPEN 7 DAYS 

Se Habta Espanol 
SHELDON CORD 

WHOLESALE 
2201 W. DEVON AVE 
CHICAGO, IL 60659 



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SADDLE SHOP 
Wostern & English. 

Now/Usod 

Saddles/Equipment, 

Carls/Harnoss. Wo Trade. 

The Corral, Inc. 

Sullivan, Wl. 

(262)593-8048. 

TRAILERS!! TRAILERS!! 

150* Horso-Stock-Flatbod. 

Now/Usod. Aluminum/Slool. 

7-Major Brands, Sorvice. 

Hilchos. wiring, trades. 

TRAILERS WANTED. 

FJiiaricirigAvailflblQ 

The Corral, Inc. 

Sullivan, Wi. 

(262)593-8048. 
www.thccorrallnc.com . 



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100% All Brand Now... 
MATTRESS DISOUNT 

WAREHOUSE. 
WEJdAVJLMQVEDIOl 

2520 RT 176 
Crystul Lake, IL. 60014 

2.5 ml. E.otRl. 31 

5.5mi. W. ol Rt. 12/59 

0£EN.SQO.NI 

LQW£SUZfllCES,Ai.WAYS! 

(847)687-5030 

(815)342-5100 

FURNITURE-viowablo in Fox 

Lake or onlino 

http://homo.comcast.not/ 

-kzlnti. Light ash solid 

wood drcssor, chest ot 

drawers, magazine lamp 

Iblo. TV tbto. 2 light maplo 

twin bods w/bookcaso hoad- 

boards, completo w/mallross 

sots, Inclinor lovesoal, power 

stand-up 

reclluor & misc. 

(815)344-3943. 



LIGHT WOOD DININGROOM 
TABLE w/self-contalncd 
leaf, 1 captain chair & 3 
side chairs. Good condi- 
tion. S100/best. (847) 543- 
9534. 



■ Mission Stylo Queen 
Size Bed For Sale 

Cherry Color Wood. 

2 years old 

$400 obo 

■ Quoon SizoDown 

Matross pad, 6mo old 

$100 

■ Cherry color wine rack 

cabinet 

$90. 

Please call: 

847-970-7511 



DO YOU NEED TO 
SELL AN INEXPEN- 
SIVE ITEM FOR 
$100 OR.LESS7 
GET YOUR AD IN THE 
11 "LAKELAND" HOME 
TOWN PAPERS. THE 
GREAT LAKES 
BULLETIN 
& 
THE MARKET JOURNAL 
FOR ONLY S6 PER WEEK 
BY CALLING 
(847)223-6161 
ASK FOR LISA. 
EXT. 191 




BUSY BEAVER 6 IN. 
WOODCHIPPER. 
S2,500/bcsl.(B47) 845-8027. 



FIREWOOD 

CALL FOR 

QUALITY WOODS. 

QUICK DELIVERY!! 

L&D 

Firewood 

2yr. seasoned 

Mixed Hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 
STACK IT FOR YOU 

FREE!!! 
CALL FOR PRICES!! 
Home (847) 223-3161 
cell (847) 845-8027. 



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SHE SHAWLS 

'Discretely nurso In 

Church, Store. Mall, 

Restaurant, olc. 

'Groat Baby Shower Gill 

'Fashionable enough lo 

wear lor all occasions 

'Four unique styles lo 

cliooso Irom 

"Hnnd-Mado design 

'Special orders accepted, 

For moro Inlo. 

Contact Melissa 

(815)385-4978 

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DO YOU NEED TO SELL 

THAT INEXPENSIVE ITEM 

FOR S100 OR LESS. 

GET YOUR AD IN THE 

11 HOME TOWN PAPERS 

THE 

GREAT LAKES 

BULLETIN 

& 

THE MARKET JOURNAL 

FOR ONLY S5 PER WEEK 

BY CALLING 

(847) 223-8161 

EXT 191 
ASK FOR LISA. 



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COMMUNITY 



Section Three region of 
the 2006 Scripps 
National Spelling Bee 
begins at Antioch 
Community High 
School. The event was 
hosted by Antioch 
Upper Grade School 
and included partici- 
pants from schools 
throughout Lake 
County. 



After weeks of studying 
and anticipation, dozens of 
Lake County students took 
the stage of Antioch 
Community High School's 
auditorium Feb. 21 to put 
their nerves to the test in 
the Section Three regional 
finals of the 2006 Scripps 
National Spelling Bee. 

Kacie Griffeth of B.J. 
Hooper School won the top 
prize and the chance to 
compete in the national 
competition May 31 to June 

1 in Washington, D.C. 

Photos by Sandy Bressner 

sbressner@nwnewsgroup.com 




B I Hooper School studenT Kacie Griffeth is congratulated by her mom, Jami, after winning the Section Three region of the 2006 
Scripps National Spelling Bee at Antioch Community High School. 



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'approximately 2,5 miles just past Lindenhurst Dr. on right 



Kacie Griffeth correctly spells her final word as runner-up Nicholas Ezyk of St. 
Joseph School in Round Lake buries his head in his hands. 



Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page Bll 




Raina Dwinell of Prairie Crossing Charter School in Grayslake is one of the last spellers remain- 
ing in the spelling bee. 



Woodland Intermediate 
School student Richard 
Shen waits for his turn dur- 
ing the'spelling bee. 




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Fox: Smoolh, Wiro, 

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UN1SAW, ROCKWELL 3HP, 

3 phase, 5QB fonco. nfco 

oxlonsions. $1,200. 

(815)353-3019. 



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BUYING COMIC BOOK 
COLLECTIONS. Single 

books or largo collodions. 
Call Rob (8-17) 672-9073 
lonvo mossago. 

BUYING STAR WARS 

& G.t, JOE TOYS 

From 70's & 80's, One 

piece 

to whole collection. 

Cull Rob (847) 672-9073 

lonvo message. 

Slot Machines 
WANTED- ANY 
CONDITION- or Pnrts. 
Also JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nickelo- 
deon and Coke Machines. 
Paying CASH! Call 
(630)985-2742. 

SLOT MACHINES WANTED 
by collector, Any ago or con- 
dition. Old jukeboxes, pin- 
balls & advertising signs also. 
Anything unusual & coin op- 
erated. Top prices paid 
(31 <1)707-0 104 



TOP DOLLAR PAID 

Antiques & Collectibles. One 

pleco to ontlro household. 

(847)394-5579. 




FSBO 

Mariner's Covo. 

3-bodroom, 2.5 bath 

an Drnco Lake. Large loll 

ovor looking 1Bx1B family- 

room, could bo 4 In bdrm 

Oak staircase hardwood 

lloor Ihroughout. Ceramic 

foyer, kitclion and baths. 

Extra largo garage 24x36, 

largo dock, 2 scroon rooms, 

14x20 4-sonson sun room. 

Newer lurnaco, hot water 

boater, A/C, and roof. Too 

many tilings to list. 

3545,000. 
Call (224) 430-1407. 



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Inelesidc 
Lake Rights 

Immaculate 4 

bedroom 2 bnth home 

has been completely 

remodeled! Located 

in Crockett's Estates, 

full basement, garage, 

2 sun porches, walk 

to the lake! 


| Just reduced to 

| $199,900 

IE Call Kim Schnoor 
|| RE/MAX Advantage 

l| 847-973-0700 




Beautifully Maintained 

& freshly painted 

Inside lindoutl 

I Home on 3/4 aero, wooded lol 
with lots ol privacy. Allnchcd 
2,5 car garage with workshop. 
First lloor mnslor with largo 
fwalk in close), and balli. 2nd 
bedroom with big walk in closol and bath. Hardwood floors, 
oat in kitchen wilh largo panlry, dining room/living room 
combo wilh 2 slory vaulted ceilings and wood burning 
stove, loll area and unfinished bonus room for Mum 
expansion. Full basomcnl, largo deck and paver patio to 
enjoy lovely wooded back yard. Shed lor lools and 
toys. Central Air, Groat neighborhood lor families 
and commuters. $259,000, CnllTmluyt 
nistnri-uin-i 




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• Lennox Furnace, Kohler Plumbing, 
R-50 Ceilings & R-25.5 Walls Standard! 




BEAUTIFUL HOME 

Lake Blutl. 2900 SFt 

1997 Brick Single Fam., 

4bd/3.5bn, 2-c. gar., 

fnshd bsmnl. Exc. 

Schools. Ask low 3500's. 

(847)574-6260 x1 
www.goldenhousosiila8.coin 

BRAND NEW HOME 

F.S.B.O. VOLO. 3-bd.*lofl, 

2.5 ba., Oil. ceilings 1st. Dr., 

flit. gnr. door, Promium lot. 

$275,000. Call Bob 

(647)489-3920. 



SALEM, Wl. - Current 
owner has done so many 

upgrades! 3brt/2ba., 

built In 1999. Oak llooring 

in all bedrooms & living 

room, ceramic Moors in 

kitchens & bathrooms. 

prolossionally painted 

throughout,- walk-oul lower 

level, deck, lire pit & Iroo 

fori In yard, huge 25x22 

attached garage, lake 

rights & closo to park. 

3199.900. 

Celt Craig Stein 

RE/MAX Showcase 

(047)624-6184. 

OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY 2/12 ■ 

1pm-4pm 

16260 Belvldero- 

Gmyslnko 

3bd/3bn.. New 

Construction. 

Upgrades throughout. 

Major Enterprises, Inc. 

(847)962-0736, 

SOMERS 

ON THE SHORES OF 

LAKE MICHIGAN! Stairs to 

sand beach, shoio 

protected with [oily. 

largo 450x75 lot, 

newer 3-bd,, 2-ba. homo 

with unique open lloor 

plan, oak llooring In 

kitchen/dining and 

livingroom. largo picture 

windows w/ unobstructed 

views ol the lako. 

3569,000. 

Agonl ownod, 

calf Michollo Cullen 

REMAX Showcaso al 

(262)818-1407 

tor n tour today. 

GURNEE: LRG 4bd/3ba 

homo w/3-cai hid. all. 

gamgo, groat In-Lnw ar- 

rangemonl w/2nd kitchen 

in lower level, sauna, 

vaulted ceilings, largest 

lot in subd. Low taxes. 

$324,900. 

Call Craig Sloin 

RE/MAX Showcaso 

(847)624-6184 



TREVOR Wl, Close to 

IL/WI Bordor. 4-bd.. 
2.5 ba. homo with a full 

linlshod lower level, 

recreation room Is 25x20 

wilh wet-bar, sit on your 

deck with views ol 

wooded aron, homo is 

in Immaculate condition. 

Salem School District. 

$189,900. 

Call Craig Stein. 

REMAX Showcaso at 

(847)624-G184f . 

or a tour today. 



DISTRESSED 

PROPERTIES 

FREE Lists. 

www nUikoCoimtyRE com 

or calf (847)553-0114. 

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Baird & Warner 



WINTHROP HARBOR Brand 
now ranch. 3-bd., 2-ba., 2-car 
nil. gar., 9' coilings, full bsmt., 
$219,900. (847)872-3687. 

NEW HOUSE 3-BD.. 2.5 ba„ 
lln. bsmt.. IrpL S279K. Fox 
Lako School Disl. 4-bd.. 3- 
ba.. 3 car gar., bsml., Irpl. 
$379K. Grayslnko School 
Dist. CLEANER Gross 
3450K, asking 3290K. 
FLOW- 
ER SHOP Gross 3270K, ask- 
ing S149K. My Homo R.E. 
(847)409-4949. 



WAUKEGAN - FSBO 
3bd/2bn., Inshd bsmnl. ga- 
rage. All remodelod, coramic 
lloor, now carpal. S14 1,000 
(847)338-4145. 



TREVOR, Wl. 

7Yr. now 4-bd.. 3-ba„ 

(2) 2-cnr gars., Ig. office 

w/sep. onlranco, 1/2 

aero. 

Opon llr. plan, hrdwd. & 

all upgrades. $234,900. 

(847) 033-1028. 



WONDER LAKE 

Johnsburg Schools! . 

Country 1 aero, Capo Cod 

w/4bd & 4 full ba.. C/A. FP. 

Fam Rm. Hardwood Kit Fl 

& Hickory Cabs. 

2.5 c. garago w/lolt, 

3288,900. 

Century 21 Care 

Call Carol Bradloy 

(815)344-4240. 



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SPRING GROVE 

F.S.B.O. SEMI-CUSTOM 

LOG HOME. 

4-bd., 3-lull ba., FP, 

hrdwd/coramic/Ouarry 

tile Ihroughout, 2+att. fin. 

gar., full unfin. bsmt w/root 

cellar. Lois of upgrades. 

Silling on 2+wooded 

acros. Horses allowed. 

$410,000, Call lor appl, 

(B 15)675-9401. 



SPRING GROVE 

STARTER HOME- 

2bd/1ba., 

Remodeled, many udatos 

S Improvements. New 

kllchon w/oak cabinets, 

corrian counters, 

Hrdwd llrs. built 

in broakfast bar, 

newer furnace & C/A, 

Bathim has boon 

updated, nowor windows, 

some recessed lighting. 

Owner is currently 

finishing updates in 

Utility Room & 

Master Bdrm. All appli's. 

slay. Water rights. 

Much, much more! 

$129,900. 

Call Ronce Nnffziger 

Bnird & Warner 

(847)058-6075. 



SUBMIT YOUR LAKELAND 

CLASSIFIED ADS ON THE 

INTERNETI 

Visikinss»fl;ikel;imJiiiedi.-i ctiin 
to placo your ads 
conveniently. Ads appear on 
Iho Internet. In all Lakeland 
Papers... Tho Grool Lakes 
Builulin and Tho Market 
Journal for only 

$24,00 lor 4 linos (approxi- 
mately 16 words), then only 
.GOc lor each additional lino. 



KENOSHA CAPE COD 

1400sq.ll. homo. . 3-bd., 

1-1/2 ba., del. gar., 

now roof w/IOyr. warr. 

Irom Homo Depot, Partially 

fin. bsmt., appls. can go 

w/tho houso. Berber carpel. 

Lislcd wilh Eric Sturm ol 

Coldwell Bankor. $159,800. 

(2G2)G52-1805, 

coll (262) 620-2619. 



MCHENRY 
Bright & opon 3bd/1,5ba, 
Raised Ranch w/fam. rm. 
LR A DR. Kit w/appli's. big 
loncod yd, 2 c. alt. Ga- 
rago, 3202,900 Century 
21 Care Call Carol 
Bradloy 
(815)344-4240. 



WAUKEGAN: ALL BRICK, 

3bdrm sido-by-sldo 

Duplex on north side of 

Waukogan, 2-car gar., 

each unit has 3bdrm's, 

separate bsmnl & a FP, 

many recent updatos inctd. 

nowor roof; plumbing, now 

carpoling, remodeled 

kitchens & bathrooms, 

fieshly painted, one side 

rented lor 31095. 

$269,000. 

Call Craig Stein 

RE/MAX Showcase 

(847)624-6184. 



HAINESVILLE - 4BD/3.5BA., 
full finished bsmnt. wAvdwd 
lloors & 2-car gar. (773)430- 
0966. 



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When you buy a home 

through Brosnahan 

RealEstalo Services, 

Wo'll pny_yo_u 15% ol tho 

commission we earn 

when (he deal is closed. 

Call Matt Biesnahan 

(047)682-0562. 



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ROUND LAKE BEACH 
Woll 

cared for 4-bd. brick homo on 
2 lots. Re mo do led kil. w/oak 
cabinets and breakfast aroa, 
lamilyroom, full (in. bsmt 
w/wol bar. custom patio deck, 
fenced-in yd., now lurnaco 
and central air. Musi soo al 
$198,500. (262)077-0310. 



SPACIOUS RANCH ON 
WOODED Lot in Pleasant 
Prairie. Wl. Closo to 41/94. 
Modern 3-bd.. tin. bsmt.. 
much more. 3337.000. Call 
Toni, ReMax Advantage 
(847)356-8983. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER 

Bun- 
galow ranch. 3-bd.. 2-ba,, 
1500sq.lt.. on double lot, w/2- 
car delached gar., gorgeous 
view, 2 blocks from Lake 
Shangrila. $199,900. Call tor 
showing appl. (262) 344- 
3291. 



GRAYSLAKE 

WONDERFUL HOME 

In 55+ community. 1-bd., 

1-1/2 ba.. don or bd., LR, 

DR. kit., nil appls. 

included, laundryroom, 

1-car gar. $149,000. 

(847)543-1586. 



INGLESIDE 

3-BD. 2-1/2 BA. 

BRICK RANCH. 

On ovor 1/2 aero ol land. 

Newly romodoled, now kit. 

w/granilo counter lops, 

now 3 season room, 

bit. in hot tub. 4-1/2 car 

hid. gar. Must see. 

$305,000. (847J5B7-4B46. 



WAUKEGAN: One ol a 

kind in McArce Glon 

w/5bd/2lull & 2 half baths., 

3-car attached garago, 

& lull fnshd bsmnl. 

Vaulted coilings, skylight, 

FP. wul-bar, 2 largo 

rocroalion rooms In 

basomcnl, & slider lo 

largo dock w/buill in 

bonchos. Incd yrd & more. 

$314,900. 

Call Craig Stein 

RE/MAX Showcaso 

(847)624-61 B4. 



DISTRESSED 

PROPERTIES 

FREE Lists. 

www.nLnkeCountynfi.com 

or call (847)553-6114. 

Pal Taylor 

Baird & Warner 



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BUYING HOUSES NOWl 

SERIOUS INVESTOR 

LOOKING FOR HOUSES 

TO BUYI CASHlt 

Any siluation or condition. 

Can close quickly. 

No Equity. 

No Problem. 

(847)6t2-6393 

Bob or Jonnifer. 

CHAIN WATERFRONT 
4BD.. 2-ba.. vaulled 
groatroom w/deck, over 
looking Channel & Island. 
Call Ton), Remax Advanlage 
(847)356-B9B3. $259,900. 

INGLESIDE/FOX LAKE Walk 
to Wooster Lake. 12 apart- 
ments, an 8 Hal & 4 flat 
bldgs. 

On approx. one acre, 
$1,190,000. (847) 297-5018, 

OWN YOUR OWN HOME- 

Own your own home 

lor only 2.5% down w/our 

ronl to own program. 

Homes avail, in Lake & 

McHonry County. 

Monthly payments 

starting Irom $1,300. 

All credit considered. 

(847)612-0393. 

www.ronlloowntoday.com 

PRICE REDUCED 
4YR OLD Round Lake 

Helghts-4bd/2.5ba. r 

2.5-car gar. w/hrdwd llrs, 

patio, Incd yrd, fnshd 

bsmnt. Beautifully 

decorated, must see. 

LakoVilta Schools - 

3268,000. (847)652-5347. 

WAUKEGAN • FSBO 

4bd/2ba., 2-car garage, 

all remodeled w/bsmnl, 

ceramic llrs.. new electric 

windows now siding & 

heating, 3149.500; 

Ready lo Movo-ln. 

Seller can assist 

w/closlng costs. 

Call Frank (847)338-4145. 

SELL YOUR HOUSE 

TODAY Needs work?- 

No probloml Don'l pay 

commissions. Got Cash, 

Call us now al; 

(017)323-3437. 

MCHENRY 

WHISPERING OAKS 

Cute2-bd„ 1*ba, ranch. 

Recent updates. 

Agonl ownod.$175.000. 

(815)B14-7263, 

FOX LAKE-3BDR, 2.5BA 

w/ lake rights, 2 car garage 

and finished basement. 

Great condition. 24 hour 

recorded message. 

1-000-300-6912 X 1704 

Molldor Realty 

FSBO / GENOA CITY, Wl 
3199,900. Living Rm, Dining 
Rm, FR, kitchen, 3bd/2.5ba., 
2-car gar,, C/A, prolossional- 
ly landscaped, fenced In yard 
w/shed. 

www.owncrs.com 
(262)279-6463. 

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY, IL- 
LINOIS 

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR 
HOMESTEAD USA. INC 
AND/OR ITS SUCCESSORS 
Plaintiff, 
-v.- 

RICARDO M. GARCIA A/K/A 
RICARDO MEJIA GARCIA, 
Bt " 
al 

Defendants 
05 CH 1334 
NOTICE OF SALE 
PUBLIC NOTICE IS 
HEREBY 

GIVEN that pursuant to a 
Judgment ol Foreclosure and 
Sale entered In the above 
cause on ■ September 28, 



2005, an agent of The 
Judicial 

Sales Corporation will al 
11:00 AM on March 15, 
2000, 

at the front door of the Lake 
County Courthouse, 18 
North 

County Street (East Door IN- 
SIDE). WAUKEGAN, IL, 
60085, sell at public auction 
to the highest bidder for 
cash, 

as set forth below, the follow- 
ing described real estate: ' 
Commonly, known as 230 
VALLEY DRIVE, 

Llndenhursl, 
IL 60046 

Property Index No, 06-02* 
209-050 

The real estate fs improved 
with a single family 
residence. 
The judgments amount was 



HOROSCOPE 



ARIES - March 21 /April 
20 

Don't beat around iho bush 
wlwn talking with a good friend 
about a personal problem. 
Open up to this person; ycu 
know thai he or die will support 
you. A loved one oiks to borrow 
money. Do wftal you can to 
help. 

TAURUS-April 21 /May 21 

Don't bock down when it come* 
lo something that you really want 
during llw middle of tho week, 
TouiLn. If you work diligently, 
your persistence will pay off. A 
dene friend reveals a secret to 
you. Keep it to yourself. Cancer 
plays on important nolo loto in the - 
week. 

GEMINI - May 22/Juna 
21 

You get caught in a sticky situation 
caHy in the week, Gemini. To get 
out of it, you're going to have to 
think fast on your fed. So, don't 
panic If you stay calm, you surely 
can hancBo this: A doso friend 
introduces you Id an interesting 
person late in the week. .Get lo 
know him or her better; this could 
be the one. 

CANCER - Jum 22/Juty 22 

Don't boat- yourself up about a 
mistake that you make on 
Tuosday, Cancer. It's nothing 
serious, ond it doesn't even 
cause a lot of problems for thoso 
involved. So, just apologize for 
iho ci lor, and movo on. A loved 
one turns to you for romantic 
advice. Da honest with him or 
her. 

LEO - July 23 /August 23 
Keep your eyet ond oars open 
when talking with co-workon 
this week, Leo. Something is 
going on, but no ono is saying 
wlwt it is. Try to find oul ot\ your 
own. It will bo worth the effort. A 
close iriend wants lo take you 
out lalo in the week; you're sure 
to have a good lima. Scorpio 
plays a key role. 

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sopt 22 

Try not to bo late for an appoint- 
ment this week, Virgo. If you are, 
you could miss out on a potential- 
ly lucrative opportunity. An Inter- 
esting person asks you out. While 
you're a tittle nervous, say yes; 
because he or sIm could be he 
onaforyou. 
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 



Listen to a close friend when ho or 
she offers you construdivo crili- 
cism this week, Libra. This person 
isn't trying to bo moan; he or site 
really wonts to help you. It will bo 
worth your whilo to toko his or her 
advice. Cancer plays an impor- 
tant role. 

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 
22 

Don't pretend lo be someone 
you're not wlven you meel an 
interesting person this week, 
Scorpio. He or sho is intelligent 
ana" will bo oblo to see right 
through you. So, just bo your- 
self. .An acquaintance asks to 
borrow money. Even tfiough you 
would like to help, don't. You 
know lhal (his person isn't reli- 
able, 

SAGfTXARIUSNov 23/Dec 
21 

Look on iho bright stdo of things 
when you have a run of bod luck 

early in iho week, Sogittorius. 
Things really aren't as bod os they 
scorn. Besides, everything will go* 
better by tho end of Hw week. 
Aquarius plays an important rob 
on Thursday, 

CAPRICORN-Doc 22/Jan 
20 

Your' ambition could cause you 
problems this week, Capricorn, 
if you're not careful. While you 
want to get ahead, don't step on 
those around you to get tlwro. It 
. only will make you look bod to 
soma vwy important people. A 
close friend needs a shoulder to 
cry on, Be there for him or her, 

AQUARIUS- Jan 21 /Feb 
• 18 

Don't get upset with a loved one 
when f»e or sho doesn't tako 
your advice. While this person 
truly is inlcrestod in your opin- 
ion, ho or she has lo make his or 
her own decisions. Try lo realize 
this. That special someone has a 
surprise for you lata in iho week. 
Enjoyl 

PISCES - Feb 19/March 
20 

A doso friend needs your help 
willi a family problem. Wr lile this 
person has brought this a.1 on 
himself or herself, you still should 
try lo do something. Your efforts 
will be appreciated. *f1» person 
whom you've boon seeing wants 
to intensify your relationship. 
Say yes. 



$157,718.15. 

Sale terms: 25% down of the 
highest bid by certified funds 
al.tho close of (he auction; 
Iho 

balance, In certified funds, is 
due within twenty-four (24) 
hours. The subject property 
Is 

subject to general real estate 
taxes, special assessments, ' 
or special taxos levied 
against 

said real estate and Is 
offered 

for sale without any 
represen- 
tation as to quality or " 
quantity 

of title and without recourse 
to 

Plaintiff and In 'AS IS* condi- 
tion. The sale is further sub- 
ject to confirmation by Iho 
court. 

If Iho sale Is set aside lor any 
reason, the Purchaser at the 
'sale shall be entitled only to 
a 

return of tho deposit paid. 
Tho 

Purchaser shall have no fur- 
ther recourse against the 
Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or 
the Mortgagee's attorney. 
Upon payment In full ol the 
amount bid, the purchaser 
will 

receive a Certificate ol Salo 
that will entitle Iho purchaser 
to a deed to tho roal estate 
af- 
ter confirmation ol tho salo 
The property will NOT be 
open for Inspection and 
plain- 
till makes no representation 
as to the condition of tho 
proporty. Prospective bidders 
are admonished to check the 
court file to verify all Informa- 
tion. 

For Informalion, contact 
Plaln- 

lilf's attorney: The Sale 
Clerk, 

CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C. , 15W030 NORTH 
FRONTAGE ROAD, SUITE 
100. " BURR RIDGE, IL 
60527, 

(630) 794-9876 betwoon tho 
hours of 1 and 3 PM only 
and 

ask for the sales 
department.. 

Please refer to file number 
14-05-8850. 

THE JUDICIAL SALES 
COR- 
PORATION 33 North Dear- 
bom Street - Suite 1015 Chi- 
cago, Illinois 60602-3100 
(312) 236-SALE 
CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C. 

15W030 NORTH 

FRONTAGE 
ROAD, SUITE 100 
BURRRIDGE.il 60527 
(630) 794-9676 
Attorney Rio No.: 14-05- 
6850 

ARDCtt 00468002 
NOTE: Pursuant to the Fair 
Debt Collection Practices 
Act, 

you are advised that 
Plaintiff's 

attorney Is deomod to be a 
debt collector attempting to 
collect a debt and any Infor- 
mation obtained will be used 
for that purpose. 








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LAKE VILLA - 
Special Deal 

FSBO or RENT 

4bd/3.5ba, 3-cargar.,now 

construcllon.Fnshd bsmnt 

w/2 extra bdrm's, Irg 

private backyrd. 
- Immediate Occupancy. 

Contact Azam 

(847)338-7814, 



504 



Homes For llcitl 



BEAUTIFUL HOME-2stry, 
3bd/2.5ba., Gumeo Schools, 



Wauhoaan(Rt 
O'Plalne Rd. 
(047)707-B656. 



120 oft 
S1395/mo. 



BURLINGTON, WISC. 

,' Cozy 1-bd., 1-ba. t 

w/lake rights, walking 

distance to beach. 

Avail. 4/1/06. 

$700/mo.+soc; 

(262)745-3305. 



WAUCONDA 
1 bdr Cottage Style hous- 
es on Bangs Lake 
available 
now. 
1 52 North Ave. 
847-878-6971 



ZION 3-BD., 2-BA.. 

2-car gar., rural area. 

Beach Park Schools. 

$1 ,400/mo,+sec. & crodit 

check. (647)975-3776, 

boforo 6pm. 

WINTHROP HARBOR 

RANCH 3-BD.. 1-ba., 
w/bsmt., beautiful lot. 
$159,000 or rent S1,3C0/mo. 
(847JB45-B184. 

ABOUT TO LOSE YOUR 

HOME TO 

FORECLOSURE? 

In our last 6 rescues the 

homeowner left the closing 

with cash. 

Call (847)327-1455 X 3. 



ANTIOCH 

ON CHANNEL LAKES 

3-bd.. 2-story Victorian, 

w/boitl dock, newly 

remodleed, C/A, new appls., 

$1,200/mo. (847)395-6606. 

GRAYSLAKE - LARGE 2- 

story, 3bd/2.5ba., 

TownHome w/2-car 

attached garago In 

Gh.QW.QwQk- 

Desirable Blllmore model, 

built in 2002; Upgrades 

Include ceramic floors, 

oak staircase, mirrored 

closets, 42" kitchen 
cabinets w/ceramlc back- 
splash, community offers 
gym/clubhouse. $215,000. 
Call Craig Stein 
RE/MAX Showcase 
(847)624-6184. 



KENOSHA: LRG2bd/2ba, 

condo w/1154 sq/ft. of 

living space, 1.5-caratt. 

garage, ovorlooks pond 

& balcony off mashr bdrm, 

vaulted ceilings, closo to 

94 In Cornerstone subd, 

$137,900. 

Call Craig Stein 

RE/MAX Showcase 

(847)624-6184. 



GURNEE 

3-BD., 1-BA. 

2-car gar. w/extra storage 

Pembrook Sub. Nice back 

yd. w/garden. Noar 1-94 

&6Flags.$1,275/mo+ulll, 

& i/mo. dep, 

(847)406-0554. 

GURNEE 2-Story Home 

In Prestigious 

Hunt Club Farms 

2-mlns from Gurnee Mills & 

1-94 on Hunt Club Rd. Exc. 

Gurnoo Schools, 3bd/2ba, 

Lrg 

kit. w/oppli's, living, office, 

unfnshd storage bsmnt, C/A, 

newly updated w/1car dot. 

gar.. Non-smokor/No Pots. 

Loads of storago negotiblo. 

15 acres partial (and 

maintained by owner. 

S1440/mo. 
Mark (847)347-5573. 



WATERFRONT PROPERTY 

3 1 louses from Lako 

Calhorino, plor, 1-bd, (urn., 

$1,200/mo.-+ulil. No pots. 

(312)656-8389. 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
WALK TO EVERYTHING 

2-bd., 1-ba., w/lrpl., 

Includes oil util.+cable TV. 

Avail, now. SB95/mo.+sec. 

No pets 

(847)526-5000 

leave message, 



4100 6TH AVE. 

KENOSHA, Wl 

3-bd., all now appls., 

dot. gar. $975/mo.-tutll, 

Coldwoll Banker 

Commercial Select 

Propeities 

John/Cocilia 

(262)342-3000. 



WAUCONDA 3-BD., 

1-1/2 ba., washer/dryer 

hookup, pvl. parking, 

beach, lako and plor 

access, Central 

A/C, $950Vmo.+soc., and 

gad, electric & wator. 

2-BEDROOMslackablo 

washer/dryor fncl., C/A/C, 

Ig. deck w/vlew of lako, 

beach lako and plor 

access. $B7S/mo.+soa, 

gas &elec.N0 PETS. 

(708)358-1112. 

HARBOR PARK 

KENOSHA Wl. 

New 2-bd., Iri-levol condo. 

Appls., 2-car gar. 

S1,500/mo. 

Coldwoll Banker 

Commercial Soloct 

Properties 

John/Cecilia 

(262)842-3000. 

GRAYSLAKE • FSBO 
Chorry Creok 2-story end- 
unit 

Townhomo w/2-car att. ga- 
rago. 2bd/2.5ba, coramlc firs 
in kitchen, baths & foyer, 
hardwd fir in dining rm, 42" 
maple kitchon cabinets, Gas 
FP & vaulted celling In living 
rm, Binding- door to balcony, 
walk-In closet In maslor 
bdrm, 

Irg Inshd English basomont 
w/bnthrm, all appli's incld'd. 
Community offers gym/club- 
house. $215,000. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. & SUN. 1pm -5pm 

735 Chorry Crook Dr. 

Call (773)398-7174 

for appointment. 

FSBO-HAINESVILLE 
TOWN- 
HOME, 2bd/1.5ba.. 12B0sq 
ft.. 2car-g'ar„ fnshd lower lev- 
el. Eal-ln kitchon w/panlry. 
Appliances stay. Updates 
(hroughtout; w/balcony, cell- 
ing fans & C/A. $159,500. 
Seller Molivalod-Nogotiable.. 
Ccll-(047)372-2206 or 

Home 
(847)548-5577. 

1BD/1BA. CONDO tor . 
rent In Vacation. Village., 
pool, beach, clubhouse. 
$675/mo. (847)587-5250. 

BEAUTIFUL VERNON 

HILLS 

CONDO l-bd.. 1-ba., new 

carpet, fresh paint. Lakewood 

Villas. $129,000. Tonl, 

RoMax 

Advantage (847) 356-8983. 



7B4B-42ND. AVE. 

KENOSHA, Wl 

2-bd„ 1-ba., 

new rofrig/dtshwashor. 

Freshly painted, dot. gar. 

Sl,200/mo.+ulil. 

Coldwoll Banker 

Commercial Select 

Properties 

John/Cocilia 

(262)842-3000. 

INGLESIDE ON FOX LAKE 
3-bd., 2-ba. ranch, 1-car gar., 
appls. included. No smoking, 
no pots. Boat slip available. 
$1,6007mo,+1/mo. sec. dep, 
(847)587-6741. 

LAKEMOOR NEWER HOME 
3bd/2ba., partially fnshd 
bsmnt. Rent or Sell. 
$2000/mo or $259,000, ■ 
(847)845-8184-Yollen 
Realty. 



ROUND LAKE 

MADRONA VILLAGE 

Now 3-bd.. 2-1/2 ba.. 

2-car gar., $1,6007mo. 

ANTIOCH 

3-bd., 2-1/2 ba.. 
2-car gar., $1.600/mo. 

(847)679-5420 

(847)971-7748. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 

Lg. 4-bd., 2-1/2 ba., 2-car 

gar., w/fin. walk-out bsml., 

2 docks, grt. view, opon tlr. 

plan, Jacuzzi, $1,500/mo, 

(224) 628-3272. 

ROUND LAKE CLEAN, 3- 
bd., 1-ba., all appls., lencod 
yd,, noai Metra. 

$1 ,050/mo.+ut!l. & sec. dop. 
Section 8 Welcome Avail, 
now. (847)707-3870. 

ROUND LAKE CUTE 2-bd. 

homo,' fresh paint, appls. 

Inch. 

storago shod & deck. Noar 

train, shopping & lake. 

$875/mo.+dep. (847)912- 

1687, Edward. 

VOLO 2LRG.-BD., 2-BA., 

Irg closet w/Irg y rd, 

vory nice.. $1,200/mo 

+soc. dop. 

(815)344-6231, 

ask for Pete or Mlchele. 

WADSWORTH - Lovely older 
Country Homo. 3bd/2,5ba.. 
2-FP's, bsmnt & garage. 
Credit Chock & rol's roq'd. 
$1700/mo. 

Call Cathy 8a-5p Mon-Fri. 
(847)244-5330. 



LAKEMOOR T.H. 

AVAIL, 3/1/06. 

Lg. 2-bd., 2-ba., lull tin. 

English bsml., 2-car. gar. 

Wauconda School Dist. 

$1.295/mo. 

(815)444-6353. 

DELUXE CONDO 

Pistakco Lako in Fox Lnko 

2bd/2ba., bolocohy w/lako- 

vlow, store rm, swimming 

pool & laundry. 

Boat slip avail. $138,000. 

(847)587-7596 

GRAYSLAKE: 1YR OLD 

TownHome In 

Village Station, Berkshire 

model w/breathtaklng 

vlows of open oroa. 

kitchon offers hugo 

pantry, 42" cabinets, plenty 

of labia space & slider to 

dock. 9' ceilings, vaullod 

mnslor bod rm celling, 

lavish master bathrm, 

Irg closots & closo to 

train & shopping. 

$215,000 or for rent 

$1 ,350/mo. 

Will consider ront to own. 

Call Craig Stein 

RE/MAX Showcaso 

(847)624-6184. 



GURNEE 3-BD. TH, 2-1/2 
ba., 2-car gar., frpl., C/A, w/d. 
Closo lo shops 8. X-way. 
$1,400/mo. (847)062-4820. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN AN OVER 54 

COMMUNITY 

'1-bodroom, 1-balh 
Start © $28,900 

'2-bedroom, 1*balh 
Start ©$27,900 

*2*bodroom, 2-balh 

Start © $48,500. 

Some include 

gar., carport, shod, docks & 

room additions.. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 



GURNEEAVILDWOOD 

istofforing- 

1 & 2 bdrm Condos. 

$112,900-$170,900. Mins. 

to Gumeo Mills. As or 

Upgrade. Garago avail. 

IGLR.E. Brokers 

(847)546-5100. 

KENOSHA/South Side 
Beautiful Now Condo on 
Sheridan Rd.-2bd/2ba, 1335 
sq.lt., w/laundry rm. oak trim 
A cabinets, Berber carpet, 1- 
car all. garago, $155,000. 
Call Scolt for more details 
(224)280-9028. 



LAKE VILLA 
Executive Stylo 
3BDR/2.5BAw/2Car 
Gar. Coramlc tile, 
hardwood floors, upgrad- 
ed cabinols, Barcelona 
stone FP. vautterl ceilings 
& loll, Jacuzzi tub. 9 ft 
BAS ceilings. 
24 hr FREE Info 
847-483-2542 



STRAWBERY LOFT T.H. 
Comer of Rt. 41 & Rl. 137. 

ONLY $92,9001 

Grt. room w/vauiled celling, 

frpl., A/C, 2 docks, walk-In 

closet, attic storage, kit. appl. 

Call Bronda 

RE/MAX SHOWCASE 

(847)596-6109. 



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ROUND LAKE BEACH 

COURTS OF 

FAIRFIELD 

CONDO 

EXCELLENT 

CONDITION 

Nowor 2-bd„ 2-bn, 

condo. Noxt to Inko, 

crock & (orost prosorvo, 

Livingroom, diningroom 

w/balcony, opens to 
kitchon w/breakfast bnr. 

Master bedroom has 

privnto bath. Appliancos 

included, neutral colors 

throughout, I -car 

garago. 

Closo to shopping and 

Metro. 

JUST LIKE NEW! 

S1 29,500. 
(847) 740-1512. 



LINDENHURST 

SPACIOUS END-UNIT 

3bd/2.5bn.. den, 2-cargar„ 

Illness contor. 5219,900. 

Dove (847)856-7394.. 

NO BANK QUALIFYING 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 

NO CREDIT APP. 

As littlo as 3 payments* clos- 
ing costs. Llndonhurst 2-bd., 
2-1/2 ba., frpl., dishwasher, 
upstairs laundry, C/A/C, 
master ba„ 
1-car gar. Noar tennis courts 
& pool. $185,000. 
Call now (047)494-9533. 

WAUCONDA2BD/2.5BA 

now roof, new siding, now 

drivoway, bsmnt. 

S200.000 
(847)63B-0895 

WAUCONDA 2bd/2.5bci. 

2-cnrgar., lulllnshtl 

bsmnt, FP, S1 99.000. 

Mi-al Solll (B47JG30-0095. 



CHAIN O'LAKES 

MOBILE HOME PARK 

120AFalr1lold 

Gall or stop by 

lor current listings, 

(847)740-9230 

iv. message. 

Must havo good credit. 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN OVER 54 

COMMUNITY 

Largo 1-bd.. 1-ba, 

Nov/!/ dncoralod. 

539,300, 

t-M, 1-ba.. 

Vu be newly decorated, 

$28,903. 

Both Inr.luo ft'ino. 100% 

warranty, w/earport ft shod. 

(84/)5W-fi000 

IcAve message. 



WILL (".NANCE 

HcilUdJj^oiriQljUiLbJimo 
SiySA down, $200/mo. lor 36 
months, no Interest. 
(d17)8!ia-61\0- 




FJFACH PAttK- Wu'O; Ronl. 
sW.vdWJt Liv.'ng RiV vwV'H, 
f=ctl-li(i or.thriv. '.y/2 vanillas & 
ynrtlon 6.* tut). All flnnl's., Irrj 
dock w/u;ir r .>py. Comer iut 

'ssn.ooo; (34r)3Pi-aes3. 



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FOR SENIORS 55+ 

CITY VIEW 
MANUFACTURED HOME 

COMMUNITY 

4303 75th St., Kenosha. 

* a * a * a * 

kfiL8fiLl993 10x70, 

2bd/1ba. 

C/A, oil oppli's, Front Kitchon 

& Living Rm, Irg dock & Irg 

died. 

Asking S32.500/obo. 

LoL4: 2bd/1bn.,nllnownp- 

pli's, w/dishwashor, C/A, 

Front Living Rm & kitchon, 

shod, closo prkng. 

Asking SG50Q. 

LQL59; 2bd/1ba, 16x54, all 

applis's,, C/A, dock w/romp. 

2 sheds, w/fronl 

Living Rm & Kitchen. 

' Asking S27,900/obo. 

LoJ.26i.2bd/lba, scroonod 
In porch, now siding, 12x60, 
noods stovo. 
Asking S3500/obo. 
LQL21: 2bd/1ba. Front 
Living Rm & Kitchon. all 
opplls., hrdwd (Irs. Nood 
somo TLC, 
Asking $49007obo. 
koJL65: 2bd/1bu. Front Kitch- 
en all now nppli's, Lrg Living 
Rm, porch w/ownlng. 
Asking 55900/obo. 
FIRST MO. RENT FREE 
ON LOTS 026, 27, 65, 66. 
Call Sarnh (262)694-6464. 

QUIET COUNTRY LIVING 

In Whea tland Estate s 

32Z0Qj£tlLSL 

LOL2MLPRICE REDUCED - 
1993 Schull. 14x70 -C/A 
Excoilenl Condition. 2 Irg - 
bd„ 2-Full Ba„ FP. All appl's. 
Asking $28,900. 
UL-3QJ 2bd/lba.. Irg. 
kitchen w/island, ouk 
cabinets; completely 

romodolod throughout; 

w/rod codar firs, coder walls, 
woodburning slovo. 

Vory, vory cute! Must Sool. 
Asking $36,900/obo. 
Lot. .42: 2-3bd/1bn, C/A, front 
kitchen/dining oron, all appl's 
w/dlshwashor.Nowly updated 
Irg dock & shod. Asking 
512,900/obo Lot 329: 
14x70, 3bd/1.5ba. 

Front Living Rm/kitchon. All 
nppli's, Lrg pntio. Noeds 
Gomo work. 
Asking S9900/obo. 

Coll Sarah (262)537-2314. 




520 



ApHiK'nls 
I'or Hem 



ANTtOCH 2-BD. APT. nowly 
decorated, now carpel. Walk- 
ing distance lo town. (847) 
356-8406,. 

FOX LAKE LRG STUDIO 

Ideal lor single. Gated, near 
pool & laundry, mnrinn, ton* 
nls court, w/slorago, w/mur- 
pliy bed.. Sec. Dop., Avail, 
Now. S5G0/mo, 

Call (847)587-5301. 

WAUCONDA 

Lnrrjo 2bd, clonn. bright, 

Lnkovlow, now cnrpoi 

A paint. 5705/mo, 

(8.17)G50-*t99D 

GRAYSLAKE 

1bd apt., new nppli's., nowly 

repainted, now carpeting, 

C/A. Avail, Immod, SC95/mo, 

(847)910-0304. 

WAUKEGAN: 017 MAY 
SI.(botwoon 10th St A Rt. 
120), 2bd in 2 Unit, gar, 
prkng, S715/mo(noar 

schools, parks, shopping) 
Recently ronovalccl. 

(847)561-4024. 



520 


Aiurtnu'itts 
l'lirlint! 



GURNEF7WILDWOOD 
ROYAL OAKS APTS 

1 & 2 BEDRMS. 

FROM $770 Garago 

prkng, noar Gurnoo Mills 

Shopping. On Gagos 

Lako RD. between 

Rt 45 & Hunt Club. 

(847)986-2908 

IGL Brokerage Corp. 

INGLESIDE/FOX LAKE 

WALK TO LAKE. 

2bd apt., redecorated, 

S775/mo. No pets. 

(847)297-5018. 

LAKEVIEW TERRACE 

APARTMENTS LAKE VILLA 
Largo 1 & 2 bedrooms, $715- 
$840/mo. Heal, water, air in- 

cluded.(B47)356-5474., 

VOLO LG. 2-BD. APT.. 1- 
ba., pvt. ontranco & dock, 
51,100/mo.+soc.dop. 
(815)344-6231, ask lor Polo 
or Michoto. 

WAUCONDA 1bd,opt.Ncwly 
dec, hoot A hoi water In- 
cluded. 5635/mo. Loose, 
sec. dop., re!. No pets. 
Available Immodlatety. 

(847)433-0891. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK TO EVRYTHING 

l-bd., 1-ba, Includes all 

util,+cablo TV, 

SG95/mo. +soc. 

Avail, immediately. 

No pots, 

(847)526-5000 

' Lv. moss. 

WAUKEGAN 

332 SOUTH AVE. 

Vory clean, vory quiet. 5-bd., 

1-ba., oil slroet parking. 

Laundryroom, lots of storage 

In bsmt, 5900/mo.+soc. 

dop & Utll. (047)520-1220. 

WAUKEGAN 5 ROOMS. 2- 
bds., tenant pays own heat, 
$G50/mo„ 1/rno. dop., 1st, 
month FREE w/lyr. lease. 

(773)865-493, Hoclor. 

APT. - GRAYSLAKE 

Ibdrm In qulot bldng. 

On-site monagor, laundry 

rm. No pots, no smokers, 

Soc. Dop + Rol's. 

Avail. In March. 

(847)223-0022. 

WAUKEGAN WEST SIDE 

1-bd. opt. $600/mo., gar. 

oxira, Walk-in closets, 

laundry, individual storage, 

soc. enlry. (B47J244-644B. 

ZION 2-BD. APT, All now 
appls., carpel. Walk . to 
schools & shopping. 
(847)3568400. 

ZION BEAUTIFUL LRG 1 & 
2BD, nowly remodeled, laun- 
dry on silo. Starting at 
$575/mo + dep, No pots. 

(B-.7)B72-2436. 

ZION NICE CLEAN 1, 2, 3 
BD. APTS. Section 8 Wel- 
come. (8.17)702-0.191. 

FURNISHED APARTMENT 

Rosldontinl Area . 
Near Abbott & Naval Base. 
Clean 1-bd. apl. 
No pots. SOI 5/mo. 
FREE HEAT & HOT WA- 
TER. l847)CG2-2005, 

DOWNTOWN GRAYSLAKE 
Onioi pro-rolUoo _ bldrj. 
Socuro ontrnnco, ' now 
cnrpoNnrj. 2-btl., mlddlo apt. 
$7B5/mo. includes ht„ nppls., 
ludmillrc, ImintJry, Btomgo. 
(Qnr.nvnll). 
(047)401-2752. 

FOX LAKE AVAIL. NOW 
DELUXE 2-bd.. 1-ba, Nowly 
docoralud. Bnlcony, cocurlty 
Inlorconi. FREE pnrklnn. 
FREE tiloctrlc, hoal & A/C. 
Nopula, 37 Nlppomlnk Blvd. 
$775/mo.. doc dop nurjotln- 
bto. (1315)403-0550. 



GHAYSLAKE/WILOWOOD 

SAVANNA RIDGE 
Now w/ln-unll laundry, bid 
garago, oxorciso rm, nil 
iipph'v.s otovnlor. Movo In 
nowl From S9957mo. No 
, pots J£Lmilo_EosLoUQLd5-ft 
RU20^(B47)223-7766 
IGL Brokorngo, Corp. 



528 


Apiyi lollies 

In SI i; in- 



FOX LAKE ROOMMATE 
WANTED to sliuro beautiful 
homo. Idoal for malo. Full 
house privileges, 5-bd., 3- 
ba„ Jacuzzi, laundry fnclll- 
tlos. Everything Included, 
DirecTV, oxcopt phono. 
Downtown, closo to train, 
shopping A Inko. SSOO/mo. 
(847) 370-4465. 



530 



limmis I'or !( in! 



ANTIOCH 

SLEEPING RM 

on Polilo Lako. W/buoch, 

ptor, cji1)IbTV. 

$90/wk » $00 dop. 

(647)872-2430. 



GURNEE SLEEPING ROOM 
w/Kltchon prlvlfodgos. Ideal 
for employed gentlemen. 
(647)662-2002 Ivs msg. If 
nocosBory. 



ROOMS FOR RENT 
$100-51 45Avk. 
(847)356-3980 
(847) 356-9707. 

Crooked Lako Resort 



WAUKEGAN "RAVINE" 

HOME (1) room, SHOAvk.. 
$400 dop. Oil stroot parking, 
Cablo TV (BIT oxtra), Cablo 
Internet (BIT oxtra). Uso ol 
laundryroom, kit., full ba., 
somo storage. Wood Doors, 
solid doors. Groat privacy. No 
smoking. 10 MINUTES 
FROM 

NAVY BASE. (847) 207- 
8337. 



534 




MCHENRY REMODELED 

Bnr/Rostournnt 

on Fox River, 

Stalnloss stool kit., granite 

bar 

top, slono dr., handicap 

accessible ba., outdoor 

concrolo patio w/3 tonts, 

all newer piers, sandy beach. 

5699,900. 

T. Gamnos-RoMnx Suburban 

(847)367-B086 x. 20B. 




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INDUSTRIAL 

BUSINESS 

RENTALS 

AVAILABLE NOW! 

COUNTRY PRICES 

1200sq.ft., 

S695/mo. 

2000s q. ft., S1195/iTio. 

2400 

sq.ft..S1325/mo. 

A/C Office & Baths 

12x1 2ft. doors 

27992 W. Rt. 120, 

at Flshor Rd. 

4 Blocks W of RT. 12 

Open Mon-Frl. 9-3 Or 

By oppointmont 

(815)578-8000, 

Cell (847)903- 

7788. 



538 



HllslllUSS I'mULTl) 

For Heal 



MUNDELIEN Olflco/Slores 
For Rent 1800sqft. 
S1950/mo. 950sq(t. 

Sl095/mo. 5000sqft- Bsmnt 

S995/mo. 

Call Frank - (847)863-5495. 

OFFICE FOR RENT 

Downtown Grayslako, 

approximately 1 .400sq.lt. 

Bright reception area, all 

power llxluros,. ready lo movo 

In. Partially furnished. Two 

private olllcos. Generous 

storage space. Convenient 

parking. S1 ,375 per month 

Includes utilities. 

Movo In, one monlh FREE, ... 

Rotoronces roquirod. 

Contact Bob Schroodor 

(847)223-8161. 

OFFICE FOR RENT 
approx. 600 sq. ft, 
S450/mo + electric, 
security first & last. 
Fox Lakc/lngloside 
(847)587-4997. 

OFFICE SPACE ISLAND 
LAKE Comer Roberts Rd. & 
176. Total 1,000sq.fl. Easy 
access, adequote parking. 
Avail. Immediately. 5695/mo. 
Days (847)526-5755, ovos 
(847) 526-8306. 

PARK CITY RT. 41 & Wash- 
Ington. Warehouse/oflice, 
1B.000sq.ft., 6,000sq.ft. 

(w/BOOsq.ft. freezer), & 
3.000sq.ft. Docks & drivo-m 
doors. (847)774-1443. 

VOLO (2) OFFICE SPACES, 
approx. 500sq.lt., pvt. en- 
trance, handicap accessible, 
1 block from 12 & 120. 
(815)344-6231, ask far Pole 
or Micholo. 

' WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
1.100sq.ft. 

Waretiouse/ollico. 

w/lg, overhead doors & 

washroom. Includos sower 

& water. Avail. Immediately. 

$695/mo + sec. 

(847)526-5000 . 

leave mossago. 

GRAYSLAKE OFFICE 

1.000-6.000sq.ft. 
Shop, storage, or ware- 
house 1,000- 15.000sq.lt. 

Util. Included. Mon-Frl., 
8nm-4pm. (847)223-2244. 



GRAYSLAKE SHOP OR 

OFFICE 

1200sq.ft., $995/mo. 

FIRST MONTH FREE RENT. 

Call Chris (847) 274-5476. 

OFFCE FOR RENT 
GRAYSLAKE AREA 

I300sq.lt.. newly remodeled, 

ready to movo-ln. Two pvt. 

olflcos, busy Intersection, 

sioro front location. 
$1,300/mo. (847)309-9406. 




INGLESIDE/FOX LAKE 
12 FLAT FOR SALE. 

On ovor 1 aero. 

Walk lo lake. S1.180K. 

(847)297-5018. 



560 



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560 



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Acreage 



710 


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FOR SALE 80 Acres, 
Kenosha County, '21 acres 
Prime Development property, 
wooded with pond, Qualiflod 
buyers call 262-877-8309 
or E-mail 
markwegnej@msn.com 

SPRING GROVE 1 ACRE 
BUILDABLE, not in subdivi- 
sion. Asking $83,900. Make 
otfer. (815)675-2020. 



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denials 



DONT STQRE YOUR 
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9544. 

PIER INSTALLATIONS 

& REPAIRS 

Complete pier Installations 

& repairs. Season starts 

soon. Call Pier Pitchers 

for a FREE quote today. 

(847) 373-4308. 



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VACANT LOT Lg. buildablo 
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quiot doad-ond street. City 
sewer. Lakerights, $49,900. 
Miko (262)206-9119. 




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For listings call (800)298- 
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BUICK *97 LESABRE 4-dr, 
while, S5980 (877)254-6983. 



PONTIAC '01 BONNEVILLE. 
4-dr, gold, $9980 (877)254- 

8983. 



MERCURY "92 GRAND Mar- 
quis, "4-dr $1980 (877)254- 
6983, 



FOX LAKE LAKEFRONT 
Cottages: 1 bd/1ba -S695/mo 
2JirJZlba-S1195/mo. 3Jid Cot- 
tage looking for Roomale- 
S400/mo. 

$35/Crodit Chock (847)277- 
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1989 MAZDA 323 Only 
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52,000/besl. Call Mlko (224) 
430-4301. 



MERCURY '05 SABLE silver 
SI 3.9B0. (877)254-8983. 

OLDSMOBILE '96 88 S3995 
(847)623-3000. 



PONTIAC '03 GRAND Am 4- 
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8983. 



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CHEVY '05 CAVA.OER 4-dr 
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CHEVY '05 IMPALA rod, au- 
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CHRYSLER '01 TOWN & 
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STEAL THIS ONEI 2003 
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good cond. in/out. Well main- 
tained; high hwy miles = low 
price. $12,900. (262)843- 
3220. 

SUBARU '01 FORESTER, 
blue, auto, $10,960 
(877)254-8983, 

CHEVY '96 BLAZER, 4x4, 
$6980 (877)254-8983. 




,1997 Dodge Conversion 
Van, 2500 Series, V6. 3 
speod automatic. Runs 
& looks good, $3800.00. 
847-201-1977 

DODGE '00 GRAND Cara- 
van Sport, $9495 (847)623- 
3000. 

DODGE '05 GRAND Cara- 
yan $19,495 (847)623-3000. 

DODGE '05 GRAND Cara- 
van SXT $18,795 (847)623- 
3000. 

FORD '05 FREESTAR Van, 
gray, auto., $16,980. 
(877)254-8983. 

FORD "98 WINDSTAR 

si vie r, 

auto, $5960 (877)254-6983. 



DODGE '03 RAM 1500 SLT, 
$12,495(847)623-3000. 

DODGE "04 RAM 1500 Quad 
Cab 4x4 $19,995 (847)623- 
3000. 

DODGE 2000 RAM 5,1 L, 
loaded. Remote start, wrap- 
per. $10,000/negotiable. 
(847) 
691-0904. . 

DODGE'98 RAM, $7495 
(847)623-3000. 

FORD. '03 RANGER XLT.su- 
per cab, $12,980. (877)254- 
8983 

HAVING PROBLEM WITH 

TITLE SELLING FOR 

PARTS, 1985 

SCOTTSDALE 

PAJ SHORT BED TRUCK. 

$500/bost, (847)223-6415. 

TOYOTA 'OS SCION $4795" 
(847)623:3000. 

TOYOTA 1995 PtCK-UP, red, 
123,500 miles, 4x4, V6, Ex- 
tended Cab, bed liner, cloth 
int., '5 lull size tires. 55,000 
(under Blue Book value). 
(262) G52-1805. coll (262) 
620-2619. 

TRUCK lettering; 

VAN LETTERING 
Complete Design 

Service 
847-587-7256 

DAKOTA '05 SLT Quad Cab, 
$18,795 (847)023-3000. 

DODGE '02 RAM 1500 
$17,795 (847)623-3000. 



DODGE '03 DAKOTA 4x4 
$11,795(847)623-3000. 

DODGE '03 DAKOTA Sport 
$14,795(847)623-3000. 



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BUICK '03 RENDEZVOUS 
SUV, $14,980. (877)254- 

8983 

JEEP '00 WRANGLER SPT 
$11,995(847)623-3000. 

JEEP '03 GRAND Cherokee 
Laredo 4x4 $15,695 
(847)623-3000. 



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Legals 



05-3374D 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY. 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
WELLS FARGO BANK. NA- 
TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS 
TRUSTEE FOR THE MLMI 
TRUST SERIES 2004-HE2 
PLAINTIFF, 
•vs- 

TRACY L AIKEN; BRADLEY 
KEITH ANDERSON; UN- 
KNOWN OWNERS AND 
NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS 
DEFENDANTS 
NO. 06 CH 37 
PUBLICATION NOTICE 
The requisite affidavit for pub- 
lication having beon filed, no- 
tice is hereby given you 
BRADLEY KEtTH ANDER- 
SON: UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON-RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS. 

Dotondants In Iho above enti- 
tled suit, that Ihe said suit has 
been commenced In the Cir- 
cuit Court ot Lake County, by 
the said Plaintiff against you 
and other defendants, praying 
for the foreclosure of a certain 
Mortgage convoying the 
premises described as fol- 
lows, to witr 

LOTS 8 AND 9 IN BLOCK 62 
IN ZION CITY SUBDIVISION 
NUMBER 4. BEING A SUB- 
DIVISION OF PART OF SEC- 
TION 21, TOWNSHIP 46 
NORTH, RANGE 12. EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF RE: 
CORDED APRIL 14. 1902 AS 
DOCUMENT 85730. IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 
2617 GtLEAD AVENUE. 
ZION. ILLINOIS 60099. 
PERMANENT TAX NO.: 04- 
21-306-008 AND 04-21 -306- 
009 

and which said Mortgage was 
made by TRACY L. AIKEN 
AND BRADLEY KEITH AN- 
DERSON Mortgagors, to 
FIRST NLC FINANCIAL 
SERVICES, LLC as Mortga-. 
gee, and recorded in the ol- 
lico of Iho Recorder ol Deeds 
ol Lako County, Illinois, as 
document number 5735479. 
And for olhor roliol; that sum- 
mons was duly Issued out of 
the said Court against you as 
provided by law, and that Iho 
suit is now pending, 
Now therefore, unless you, 
(lie said above named de- 
fendants, file your answer to 
the Complaint In llio said suit 
or othorwiso make your ap- 
pearance therein, Iho office of 
Ihe Clerk of Iho Circuit Court 
of Lako County, In Iho City ot 
Waukegan, Illinois, on or be- 
fore the 30th day alter Ihe first 
publication of this nottco 
which is March 20, 2006. De- 
fault may bo entered againsl 
you at any lime altor that day 
and a judgment entorod in ac- 
cordance with the prayer of 
said Complaint. 
FISHER and SHAPIRO, LLC 
Attorneys lor Plain I it I 
4201 Lake Cook Road 
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 
(847) 498-9990 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME WITHDRAWAL 
0F0WNER(S)On 
CANCELLATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Kryslatta Beads and Jewels 
ORIGINAL DATE FILED: 



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9/22/03 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to cortily that the per- 
son(s) listed below has/have 
ceased doing businoss under 
'the assumed name or 
has/have no furthor connec- 
tion or financial Interest In 
said . businoss. Withdrawal 
shall bo elleclivo February 
21 2006 

Kaihy Y. Ruth, CRMT 
87 S. Elm Avonuo 
Fox Lako, IL. 60020 
(847)373-5844 
/s/KathyY.Rulh 
Fobrunry21,2006 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged bofore 
mo by Iho person (s) with- 
drawing from the business 
this 24th. day of February 
2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Debra J, Katz 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 24, 2006 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0303A-7687-FL 

March 3. 10.17,2006 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
ERRA 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Cleaning Service 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
473 Harrison Ct.. Vomon 
Hills. IL. 60061. (847) 630- 
7902. 

NAME(S) AND POST ' 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Rasa Jurgolallieno, 473 Harri- 
son Ct„ Vernon Hills, IL. 
60061,(847)918-1521. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to cortily thai Ihe un- 
dersigned inlend(s) lo con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness Irom Iho localion(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name's) of the 
porson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/nro correct as shown, 
/s/RasaJurgelailiono 
February 22,2006 

The lorogoing instrument 

was acknowledged be lore mo 

by iho porson(s) intending lo 

conduct the business this 

22nd, day of February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

- /s/Claudia C. Rodriguoz 

i Notary Public 

Received: Feb. 22. 2000 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0303A-7077-LB 

March 3. 10,17.2006 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
DALE WARNKE OWNER OF 
1987 MAZDA PROTEGE, 
VIN WM1BJ225X1 047041 8; 
MECHANIC'S LIEN FOR 
S11, 150.00. YOU HAVE 
UNTIL APRIL 2, 2006 TO 
PAY ACCIDENTAL AUTO 
BODY, INC., 133 S. GREEN 
BAY RD.. WAUKEGAN, IL, 
AND REMOVE THE 
VEHICLE OR IT WILL BE 
SOLD. BUSINESS HOURS 
ARE MONDAY THRU 
FRIDAY 8AM TO 6PM. 
0303A-7683-GP 
MARCH 3, 10, 17,2006 



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05-3374D 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY. 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
WELLS FARGO BANK. NA- 
TIONAL ASSOCIATION. AS 
TRUSTEE FOR THE MLMI 
TRUST SERIES 2004-HE2 
PLAINTIFF, 
•vs- 

TRACY L. AIKEN; BRADLEY 
KEITH ANDERSON; UN- 
KNOWN OWNERS AND 
NON-RECORD CLAIMANTS 
DEFENDANTS 
NO, 06 CH 37 
PUBLICATION NOTICE 
The requisite affidavit lor pub- 
lication having boon filed, no- 
tice is hereby given you 
BRADLEY KEITH ANDER- 
SON; UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON-RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS. 

Dolcndants in Iho nbovo onii- 
tlod suit, that iho said suit has 
boon commenced In Iho Cir- 
cuit .Court of Lako County, by 
the said Plaintill againsl you 
and olhor dotondants, praying 
for Iho foreclosure of a certain 
Mortgage convoying the 
promises doscribod as fol- 
lows, to wit: 

LOTS 8 AND 9 IN BLOCK 62 
IN ZION CITY SUBDIVISION 
NUMBER 4. BEING A SUB- 
DIVISION OF PART OF SEC- 
TION 21. TOWNSHIP 46 
NORTH, RANGE 12, EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN. ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF RE- 
CORDED APRIL 14. 1902 AS 
DOCUMENT 85730, IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 
2617' GILEAD AVENUE, 
ZION. ILLINOIS 60099, 
PERMANENT TAX NO.: 04- 
21-306-008 AND 04-21-300- 
009 

and which said Mortgage was 
made by TRACY L. AIKEN 
AND BRADLEY KEITH AN- 
DERSON Mortgagors, lo 
FIRST NLC FINANCIAL 
SERVICES, LLC as Mortga- 
gee, and recorded in the ol- 
lico ol Ihe Recorder of Deeds 
ol Lako Counly, Illinois, as 
document number 5735479. 
And lor olhor roliol; that sum- 
mons was duly issued out of 
Iho said Court against you as 
provided by law. and that Iho 
suit Is now pending. 
Now therefore, unless you. 
iho said above named do- 
lcndants, filo your answer to 
Iho Complaint in Iho said suit 
or othorwiso make your ap- 
pearance therein. Iho otllco ot 
the Clork ol iho Circuit Court 
of Lako County, in the City of 
Waukegan, Illinois, on or be- 
fore Iho 30th day altar Iho first 
publication Ol this notice 
which is March 20, 2006. De- 
fault may bo entered against 
you at any lime after that day 
and a judgment enlored in ac- 
cordance with Iho prayer of 
said Complaint. - 
FISHER and SHAPIRO, LLC 
Altomoys lor Plaintilf 
4201 Lako Cook Road 
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 
(847) 498-9990 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Ace on the River 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Mobile boat repair 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
2428 N. Salem l.n.. Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, (847) 
366-4780. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Douglas J. Zoman, 2426 N. 
Salem Ln., Round Lako 
Beach, IL. 60073, (847)265- 
5403. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This Is lo certify that Iho un- 
dorslgnod Intond(s) to con- 
duct iho above named busi- 
ness Irom the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full namc(s) ol Iho 
pcrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting Iho business 
is/nro correct as shown. 
1st Douglas J. Zoman 
February 23, 2006 

The foregoing instrument 

was acknowledged boloro mo 

by ilio porson(s) Intending lo 

conduct the business Hits 

23rd. day ol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Raoann Convorso 

Nolory Public 

Received: Fob. 23, 2006 

Willaid R. Helander 

Lako County Clork 

0303A-767GRL 

March 3, 10,17.2000 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Candy Bouquet 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Candy. Gilts, Bouquets 
ADDRESSES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
34500 N. U.S. Hwy. 45, Third 
Lake, IL. 60030 (847) 514- 
6869. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESSES! OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Elnna Toplilz. 33810 N. Som- 
merfiolds, Gurnoe, IL. 60031, 
(847)816-8155. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE } 

This is lo certify that Iho un- 
dersigned intond(s) lo con- 
duct Ihe above named busi- 
ness Irom tho localion(s) Indi- 
cated and thai tho true and 
legal full name(s) ot Iho per- 
son(s) owning, conducting or 
transacting Iho businoss 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Elana Teplilz 
February 17, 2006 

The - lorogoing • inslrumont 
was acknowledged before 
mo by the pitson(s) Inlond- 
Ing lo cor tho businoss 
Ihis 17lh. ol February 

2006, 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Mallhew L Colby 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 17, 2006 

Willnrd R. Helandor 

Luke County Clork 

0303A-7684-GP 

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 
THE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
LAKE COUNTY. WAUKEGAN, IL- 
LINOIS PRIVATE CAPITAL 
GROUP. LLC PLAINTIFF, 
■vs- 

SEAN E. DOONAN; MORTGAGE 
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION 
SYSTEMS, INC.. AS NOMINEE 
FOR UNIVERSAL AMERICAN 
MORTGAGE COMPANY. LLC: 
MADRONA VILLAGE MEWS 
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION; 
UNKNOWN OWNERS AND NON- 
RECORD CLAIMANTS; MADRO- 
NA VILLAGE HOMEOWNERS 
ASSOCIATION 
DEFENDANTS 
NO. 05 CH 1585 
PUBLICATION NOTICE 
The requisite affidavit for ptjuhen- 
lion having boon Mod. notice is 
hereby given you SEAN E. 
DOONAN; UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON-RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS. Dofondanls in the nbovo 
onlillod suit, thai the said suit has 
boon commenced In ilia Circuit 
Court ol Lake County, by Iho said 
Plninlill against you and other de- 
fendants, praying lor tho foreclo- 
sure ol a certain Mortgago con- 
voying Iho premises dosenbed as 
follows, to wit: 

UNIT NUMBER 389-2-714-616 IN 
THE MADRONA VILLAGE MEWS 
CONDOMINIUM. AS DELINEAT- 
ED ON A SURVEY OF THE FOL- 
LOWING DESCRIBED TRACT 
OF LAND: LOTS 298 AND 299 IN 
MADRONA VILLAGE UNfT 3, BE- 
ING A SUBDIVISION OF THE 
EAST 1/2 OF SECTION 32. 
TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, RANGE 
10 EAST OF THE THIRO PRINCI- 
PAL MERIDIAN ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF RECORD- 
ED SEPTEMBER 9, 2002 AS 
DOCUMENT 5003404, AND 
CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION 
RECORDED FEBRUARY 21, 
2003 AS DOCUMENT 5132494 
IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
WHICH SURVEY IS ATTACHED 
EXHIBIT *C* TO THE DECLARA- 
TION OF CONDOMINIUM RE- 
CORDED DECEMBER 16, 2002 
AS DOCUMENT NUMBER 
5074750. AS AMENDED FROM 
TIME TO TIME; TOGETHER 
WITH ITS UNDIVIDED PER- 
CENTAGE INTEREST IN THE 
COMMON ELEMENTS IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. COMMON- 
LY KNOWN AS 616 SOUTH 
BOSEHALL LANE, ROUND 
LAKE, ILLINOIS 60073.PERMA- 
NENT TAX NO.: 06-32-201074 
and which said Mortgago was 
made by SEAN E. DOONAN 
Mortgagors, to MORTGAGE 
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION 
SYSTEMS, INC. as Mortgagee 
and recorded In tho office ol Iho 
Recorder of Deeds ol Lake Coun- 
ty, Illinois, as document number 
5602492. 

And for other roliat; that summons 
was duly Issued out ot tho said 
Court against you as provided by 
law, and that tho suit is now pond- 
ing.Now thoroloro, unless you, iho 
said above named dolendants. file 
your answer to tho Complaint in 
the said suit or otherwise mako 
your appearance thoroin, tho of- 
fice of tho Clerk ol the Circuit 
Court of Lake County, in tho City 
ol Waukogan, Illinois, on or boforo 
Iho 30th day alter Iho first publica- 
tion ol this notico which is April 3. 
2006. Dofaull may bo entered 
against you nt any lima after that 
day and n judgment entered in ac- 
cordance wilh tho prayer of said 
Complaint. 

FISHER and SHAPIRO, LLC 
Atlomoys lor Pin ml if I 
4201 Lako Cook Road 
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 
(847) 498-9990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Fabulous Finishes 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Pointing/Flooring 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
276 Enliold Ln., Graysloko, 
IL 

60030,(047)548-4149. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Ray W. Crano Jr., 276 Enfield 
Ln., Graysloko, IL. G0030, 
(847)548-4149. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned inlend(s) to con- 
duct Iho above named busi- 
ness from iho location(s) indi- 
cated and that tho true and 
le- 
gal lull nnme(s) of the 
pcrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting Iho business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
Id Ray W. Crone Jr. 
February 20. 2006 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before 
mo 

by tho person(s) intending to 

conduct tho business this 

20lh. doyol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Llnda M. Paulson 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 22, 2006 

Wlllnrd R. Helandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0303A-7678-GL 

March 3, 10. 17,2006 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME WITHDRAWAL 
OFOWNER{S)OR 
CANCELLATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Tho Mystic Dove 
ORIGINAL DATE FILED; 
9/22/03 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that tho 
por- 

son(s) listed below has/havo 
ceased doing business under 
tho assumed namo or 
has/havo no further connec- 
tion or financial interest In 
said business. Withdrawal 
shall bo clfoctlvo February 
21.200G. 

Kalhy Y. Ruin, CRMT 
87 S, Elm Avenue 
Fox Lako, IL. 60020 
(B47)373-5B44 
/s/Knthy Y.Ruth 
February 21, 2006 

Tho foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged boforo 
mo by tho porson(s) with- 
drawing from tho business 
this 24th. day ol Fobruary 
2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Dobra J. Katz 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob, 24, 2006 

Wlllnrd R. Holandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0303A-7GB6-FL 

Match 3. 10.17,2006 




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY, IL- 
LINOIS WELLS FARGO 
BANK. N.A., AS TRUSTEE 
FOR MERILL LYNCH MORT- 
GAGE INVESTORS TRUST 
MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET- 
BACKED CERTIFICATES. 
SERIES 2003-OPT1 
Plaintiff, 
•v.- 
MICHAEL L. WOLYN A/KM 
MICHAEL T. WOLYN A/KM 
MICHAEL THOMAS WOLYN, 
etal 

Dolendants 
05 CH 1206 
NOTICE OF SALE 
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN that pursuant to a 
Judgment ol Foieclosuro and 
Sale entered In the above 
couso on Novembor 9, 2005, 
an agont ol The Judicial Sales 
Corporation will at 11:00 AM 
on' March 20. 2006, at the 
(ront door ol Iho Lako County 
Courthouse 18 North County 
Street (East Door INSIDE). 
WAUKEGAN, IL, 60085, soil 
at public auction to Iho high- 
est bidder for cash, as set 
forth below, the following de- 
scribed real estate: 
LOT 30 IN BLOCK 35 IN 
ROUND LAKE BEACH. BE- 
ING A SUBDIVISION OF 
PART- OF THE SOUTHEAST 
1/4 OF SECTION 17 AND 
PART OF THE NORTHEAST 
1/4 OF SECTION 20 AND 
THE WEST 3 1/3 ACRES OF 
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 AND 
OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 
OF SECTION 21, ALL IN 
TOWNSHIP 45 NORTH, 
RANGE 10. EAST OF THE 
THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDI- 
AN, ACCORDING TO THE 
PLAT THEREOF RECORD- 
ED AUGUST 23, 1927 AS 
DOCUMENT 304291. IN 
BOOK *S* OF PLATS. PA- 
GES 1, 2 AND 3. IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
Commonly known as 30 S. 
CHANNEL DR.. ROUND 
LAKE BEACH, IL 60073 
Property Index No. 06-20- 
215-062 

The real estate Is improved 
with a single family residence. 
Tho judgment amount was 
S109.564.36. 

SnlB terms: 25% down ol Iho 
highest bid by certified funds 
at the closo ol Iho auction; tho 
balance, in certified funds, is 
due within twenty-four (24) 
hours. Tho subject property is 
subject to general real estate 
taxes, special assessments, 
or special taxes levied against 
said real estate and is adored 
for sale without any represen- 
tation as to quality or quantity 
of title and without recourse to 
Plaintiff and In "AS IS" condi- 
tion. Tho sale is further sub- 
ject to confirmation by the 
court. 

II Iho salo Is set aside for any 
reason, the Purchaser al the 
sale shall bo ontillod only to a 
return ol tho deposit paid. Tho 
Purchaser shall have no lur- 
thor recourse against tho 
■ Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or 
if io Mortgagee's attorney. 
Upon payment In futt of the 
amount bid, the purchaser will 
receive a Certificate of Salo 
that will entlllo the purchaser 
to a deed to Iho real estate al- 
ter confirmation ol Ihe salo 
The property will NOT bo 
open for Inspection and plain- 
lilt makes no representation 
as to the condition ol Iho 



property. Prospective bidders 
are admonished to check the 
court file to verify all Informa- 
tion. 

For Information, contact 
Plain- 

tiff's attorney: The Sale 
Clerk. 

CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
PC. . 15W030 NORTH 
FRONTAGE ROAD. SUITE 
100, BURR RIDGE, IL 
60527. 

(630) 794-9876 between tho 
hours ol 1 and 3 PM only 
and 

ask for tho sales 
department.. 

Please rofer Io file number 
14-05-8090. 

THE JUDICIAL SALES 
COR- 
PORATION 33 North Dear- 
born Street - Suito 1015 Chi- 
cago, Illinois 60602-3100 
(312) 236-SALE 
CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 

p.c 

15W030 NORTH 

FRONTAGE 
ROAD, SUITE 100 
BURRRIDGE.IL 60527 
(630) 794-9876 
Attorney File No.: 14-05- 
8090 

ARDCH 00468002 
NOTE: Pursuant to tho Fair 
Debt Collection Practices 
Act, 

you am advised that 
Plaintiff's 

attorney Is deemed to be a 
debt collector attempting to 
collect a debl and any Infor- 
mation obtained will be used 
for that purposo. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
- NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
All Loved Pels, Pet Silling 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Pet silting 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 
55 Rotterdam Dr., Anlioch, IL. 
60002.(847)838-9677. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Dianna E. Passarolli, 55 Rot- 
terdam Dr.. Antioch. IL 
60002. (847)838-6158. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify that Iho un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from tho locaiion(s) Indi- 
cated and thai Ihe true and le- 
gal lull name(s) ol the 
pcrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
is! Dianna E. Pnssarelli 
Fobruary 9, 2006 

Tho foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged boforo me 
by the pcrson(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 9lh. 
dayol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Onrbnm J. Nosier 

Notary Public 

Received: Feb. 9, 2006 

Willard R. Helandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0217C-7659-AN 

Febmary 17,24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 

COUNTY OF LAKE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUOICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC. 
REGISTRATION 
SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMI- 
NEE FOR AEGIS 
MORTGAGE CORPORA- 
TION DBA NEW AMERICA 
FINANCIAL OR ITS SUC- 
CESSORS OR ASSIGNS 

PLAINTIFF 

VS 

KENNETH T. DIXON, SR; 
BETSY N. DIXON 

A/K/A BETSY N. WALKER: 
UNKNOWN HEIRS 

AND LEGATEES OF KEN- 
NETH T. DIXON SR. IF 
ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON - RECORD 
CLAIMANTS ; 

DEFENDANTS 

NO. 06 CH 83 
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 
NOTICE IS GIVEN YOU, 
KENNETH T. DIXON. SR; 
BETSY N. DIXON A/K/A BET- 
SY N. WALKER; UNKNOWN 
HEIRS AND LEGATEES OF 
KENNETH T. DIXON SR, IF 
ANY; UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS; 

defendants, that this case has 
been commenced in this 
Court against you and other 
defendants, asking for Ihe 
foreclosure ot a certain Mort- 
gago conveying ihe premises 
described as follows, to wit: 
LOT 10 IN MURATORI'S RE- 
SUBDIVISION OF VACATED 
BLOCK 11 IN 2ION CITY 
SUBDIVISION OF SECTION 
20, TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH, 
RANGE 12, EAST OF THE 
THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDI- 
AN, ACCORDING TO THE 
PLAT THEREOF RECORD- 
ED APRIL 4'. 1949 AS DOCU- 
MENT 667061 IN BOOK 31 
OF PUTS, PAGE 63, IN 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
Commonly known as: 2115 
JETHRO AVENUE ZION, IL 
60099 

and which said Mortgage was 
modo by. KENNETH T. DIX- 
ON. SR; 
Mortgagor (s), to 
M.E.R.S., INC. AS NOMINEE 
FOR AEGIS MORTGAGE 
CORP. DBA NEW AMERICA 
FINANCIAL 

Mortgagee, and recorded in 
the Office ol the Recorder of 
Deeds of LAKE County, Illi- 
nois, as Document No. 
4978960; and for other relief. 
UNLESS YOU file your an- 
swer or otherwise file your ap- 
pearance in this case in tho 
Offico ol tho Clerk of this 
County, 

Ms. Sally Colfell 
Clerk of the Court 
18 North County Street 
Waukegan, Illinois 60085 
on or before March 20, 2006. 
A JUDGMENT OR DECREE 
BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAK- 
EN AGAINST YOU FOR THE 
RELIEF ASKED IN THE 
COMPLAINT. 
PIERCE & ASSOCIATES 
Attorneys for Plninlill 
Thirteenth Floor 
1 North Dearborn 
Chicago. Illinois 60602 
Tel. (312) 346-9088 
Fnx (312)346-1557 
PA 0511269 



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 
U.S. Bank. National Associa- 
tion 

PLAINTIFF 
Vs. 

Chung D. Yim; Anila P. Yim; 
Sunset Ridgo Association; 
Mortgago Electronic Registra- 
tion Systems, Inc.; MILA. Inc. ■ 
dba Mortgage Investment 
Landing Associates, Inc.; 
EMC Mortgage Corporation; 
Unknown Owners and Nonro- 
cord Claimants 
DEFENDANTS 
06CH193 

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU: 
Chung D. Yim 
Sunset Ridge Association 
Unknown Owners and Nonre- 
cord Claimants 

That this cose has been com- 
menced in this Court against 
you and other dolendants, 
praying lor tho foreclosure of 
a certain Mortgago convoying 
the premises described as fol- 
lows, lo-wit: 

LOT 198 IN SUNSET RIDGE 
PHASE 6. BEING A SUBDI- 
VISION OF PART OF THE 
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- 
TION 18. TOWNSHIP 46 
NORTH. RANGE 12 EAST 
OF 'THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN IN LAKE COUN- 
TY. ILLINOIS 

COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 
1913 Sunshino Court 
Zion.IL 60099 

and which said Mortgage was 
made by: 
Chung D, Yim 
Anila P. Yim 

Iho Mortgagors), to Mortgago 
Electronic Registration Sys- 
tems. Inc., as nominoo lor MI- 
LA, Inc, dba Mortgago Invest- 
ment Lending Associates. 
Inc., as Mortgagee, and .re- 
corded In the Offico ol tho Re- 
corder ol Deeds ol Lake 
County, Illinois, as Document , 
No. 5778423; and for olhor 
relief; that summons was duly 
issued out of said Court 
against you as provided by 
law and that tho said suit Is 
now pending. 

NOW, THEREFORE, UN- 
LESS YOU lilo your answer 
or otherwise lilo your appear- 
anco In this case In Iho Office 
of the Clorkol this Court, 
Sally Colfell 

Clerk ot the Circuit Court 
18 N. County St root 
Waukegan, IL600Q5-4358 
on or boforo March 20, 2006, 
A DEFAULT MAY BE EN- 
TERED AGAINST . YOU AT 
ANY TIME AFTER THAT 
DAY AND A JUDGMENT 
MAY BE ENTERED IN AC- 
CORDANCE WITH THE 
PRAYER OF SAID COM- 
PLAINT. 

CODILIS A ASSOCIATES. 
P.C. 

Atlomoys lor Plaintiff . 
15W030 North Fronlago 
Road, Suilo 100 
Burr Ridge. IL 60527 
(630) 794-5300 
DuPngo* 15170 
Winnebago fl 531 
ARDC II 00468002 
Our File No. 14-06-1065. 
NOTE: Pursuant Io Iho Fair 
Dobt Collection Practices Act 
you are advised that this law 
lirm is deemed to bo a debt 
collector attempting to collect 
a debt and any information 
obtained will bo used for thai 
lurposo. 



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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
Long Beach Mortgage Com- 
pany 

PLAINTIFF 
Vs. 

Antonio Carmen; Long Beach 
Mortgage < Company; Un- • 
known Owners and Nonre- 
cord Claimants 
DEFENDANTS 
No. 06CH232 
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU: 
Antonio Carmen . 
Unknown Owners and 
Nonre-. 

cord Claimants 
That this case has been com- 
menced In Ihls Court against 
you and other defendants, 
praying tor the foreclosure of 
a certain Mortgage conveying 
Ihe premises described as 
fol- 
lows, lo-wit: 

LOT 23 IN BLOCK 130 IN 
ROUND LAKE PARK. RENE- 
HAN BEACH ADDITION, BE- 
ING . A SUBDIVISION OF 
PARTS OF SECTIONS 20, 
21 AND 28, TOWNSHIP 45 
NORTH. RANGE 10. EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN. ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF, RE- 
CORDED JULY 25, 1930. AS 
DOCUMENT 356997, IN 
BOOK V OF PLATS, PAGES 
36, 37, 38 AND 39, IN LAKE 
COUNTY. ILLINOIS. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 
415 Kenwood Drive 
Round Lake Park, IL 60073 
and which said Mortgage 
was 

mado by: 
Antonio CarmBn 
the Mortgagors), to Long 
Beach Mortgage Company, 
as Mortgagee, and recorded 
in the Olfice of Ihe Recorder 
of Deeds ol Lake County. Illi- 
nois, as Document No. 
5747077; and for other relief; 
that summons was duly Is- 
sued out of said Court 
against 

you as provided by law and 
that the said suit is now 
pend- 
ing. 

NOW, THEREFORE. UN- 
LESS YOU file your answer 
or otherwise file your appear- 
ance In this case in the Office 
of the Clerk of this Court, 
Salty Coffelt 

Clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court 
18 N. County Street 
Waukegan. I L 60085-4358 
on or belore March 20, 2006, 
A DEFAULT MAY BE EN- 
TERED AGAINST YOU AT 
ANY TIME AFTER THAT 
DAY AND A JUDGMENT 
MAY* BE ENTERED IN AC- 
CORDANCE WITH THE 
PRAYER OF SAID COM- 
PLAINT. 

CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C. 

Attorneys for Plaintiff 
15W030 North Frontage 
Road, Suito 100 
Burr Ridge. IL 60527 
(630) 794-5300 
DuPagolf 15170 
Winnebago a 531 
ARDC « 00468002 
Our File No. 14-06-1259 
NOTE: Pursuant to Ihe Fair 
Debt Collection Practices Act 
you aro advised that this law 
firm is deemed to be a debl 
collector attempting to collect 
a debt and any information 
obtained will be used lor thai 
purpose. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) ss 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



IN THE MATTER OF 




THE PETITION OF 




Daniel J. Kaiser 


) 


and 


) 


Marnc R. Kaiser 


) 


To adopt 


) 


Chelsea Ruth Damron 


) 


And Millard Curtis Damron IV 


)Gon.No,06 AD 13 

) 
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ABORTION NOTICE. . . 

TO: Millard Curtis Damron III 

Take nolico that a petition was filed in the Circuit Coutl of 
Lake County Illinois, Ihe 10th day ol February 2006 tor tlto 
adoplion ol the children named Chelsea Ruth Damron and Mill- 
ard Curtis Damron IV. Now, Ihoroloro, unless you, Millard Curtis 
Damron III, and all whom it may concern, shall tile your answer 
to said petition In said suit or olhcrwiso lilo an appearance here- 
in, In (ho Circuit Court of Lake County, Lake County 
Courthouse, 

City of Waukegan, Illinois, on or before March 24th, 2006, a de- 
fault may be entered against you at any lime after thai date and 
a judgement entered In accordance with the prayer of said peti- 
tion. 

Dated February 10, 2006 

/tf Sally D.CoKcIl 
Sally D. Coflelt, Clerk ol Iho Circuit Court 
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, Lake County. Illinois 
SEAL 

Ronald E. Grieshelmer 
Attorney ol Law 
321 Grand Ave. 
Waukegan, IL 60005 
847.244-3131 
ARDCW 01057774 



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0217C-7667-GP 

February 17, 24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 
ROAD DISTRICT BUDGET 

Notice Is hereby given that a tentative Budget & Appropriation 
Ordinance lor Anlloch Township Road District In the County 
of Lake, Slate of Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning February 
1, 2006 and ending January 31, 2007 will be on file and bo 
conveniently available to public inspection at the Antioch 
Township Office, 1625 Doep Lake Road, Lake Villa, Illinois 
60046 Irom 8:30 A.M. on March 13, 2006. 
Notice Is further hereby given thai a public hearing on said 
Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:15 P.M. 
on the 13th day of April, 2006 at Ihe Antioch Township Office, 
1625 Deep Lako Road, Lake Villa, Illinois 60046 in the town- 
ship and tho final action on Ihe Ordinance will bo takon at this 
hearing. 

Kathleen Smith 

Antioch Township Clerk 

March 3, 2006 

0303A-76B1-AN 
March 3, 2006 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON 
TOWNSHIP BUDGET 

Nolico Is hereby given that a tentative Budget & Appropriation 
Ordinance lor Antioch Township In the County of Lako, Stato 
of Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning February 1, 2006 and 
ending January 31, 2007 will be on lilo and be conveniently 
available to public inspection at the Anlloch Township Office, 
1625 Doep Lako Road. Lake Villa, Illinois 60046 from 8:30 
A.M. on March 13, 2006. 

Noflco is further hereby given that a public hearing on said 
Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held ol 7:00 P.M. 
on tho 13lh day of April, 2006 at Ihe Antioch Township Office, 
1625 Doep Lake Road, Lako Villa, Illinois 60046 in the town- 
ship and Ihe final action on the Ordinance will bo taken at Ihls 
■hearing. 

Kathleen Smilh 

Antioch Township Clerk 

March 3, 2006 

0303A-7682-AN 
March 3. 2006 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



IN RE: Tho Marriage of 
Andrew Darnell Clement 
Petitioner 
VS 
Vivian Diane Clement 

Respondent 



) Gen No. 05 D 1084 



lornm 



The requisite alfldavil for publication having been filed, NO- 
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YOU. VIVIAN DIANE CLEMENT, Re- 
spondent, that this case has been commenced In this court by 
Ihe Petitioner against you lor Dissolution of Marriage and other 
relief. 

UNLESS YOU file your answer or otherwise file your appear- 
ance In this case in the office of the clerk of this court In tho 
Lako County Courthouse, 18 N. County St., Waukegan, Illinois. 
on or before April 3, 2006, 'A JUDGMENT OR DECREE BY DE- 
FAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF 
ASKED IN THE COMPLAINT. 

February 22, 2006 

SEAL 



County Circuit Clerk 



Christo pher J. Fekete 

Petitioner (W06241821) 

321 Grand Ave. 

Address 

WaUhCflfl 

City 

B47-P44-3131 

Telephone 



'Not less than 30 days Irom the 
first date of publication. Must 
bo published three (3) times, 
(2-207 Code of Civil Procedure) 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
MG Trim Carpontry 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Carpentry 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY:, 
105 Woodland Dr.. Round 
Lako Boach.1L 60073. 
(847)445-1826. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Michael Goetz, 105 Woodland 
Dr., Round Lako Bench, IL,. 
60073,(847)445-1826. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify thai Ihe un- 
dersigned inlond(s) to con- 
duct Ihe above named busi- 
ness from (he location(s) indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of . the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting tho business 
Is/aro correct as shown, 
!sl Michael Goetz 
February 6, 2006 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before mo 
by tho porson(s) intending to 
conduct ll i o business Ihls 6th. 
day of February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Claudia C. Rodriguez 

Notary Public 

Received: Feb. 6, 2006 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0217C-7659-RL 

February 17,24. 2006 

March 3. 2006 



0303A-7680-GP 
March 3, 10,17.2006 



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY. IL- 
LINOIS 

MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR 
HOMESTEAD USA, INC 
AND/OR ITS SUCCESSORS 
Plaintiff, 
-v.- 

RICARDO M. GARCIA A/KM 
RICARDO MEJIA GARCIA, el 
al 

Defendants' 
05 CH 1334 
NOTICE OF SALE 
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN that pursuant lo a 
Judgment ol Foreclosure and 
Salo entered in Ihe above 
cause, on September 28. 
2005, an agenl ol Tho Judicial 
Sales Corporation will at 
11:00 AM on March 15.2006, 
al Ihe front door ol Ihe Lake 
County Courthouse, 18 North 
County Street (East Door IN- 
SIDE), WAUKEGAN, IL, 
60085, sell at public auction 
to the highest bidder for cash, 
as sot forth below, Ihe follow- 
ing described real ostale: 
LOT 3 IN BLOCK 137 IN 
VENETIAN VILLAGE UNIT 
NO. 12. BEING A SUBDIVI- 
SION OF PART OF LOTS 1 
AND 2 OF THE NORTHEAST 
1/4 AND PART OF LOT 1 OF 
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF 
SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 45 
NORTH. RANGE 10 EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPE 
MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF RE- 
CORDED JULY 9, 1953 AS 
DOCUMENT 795740. IN 



BOOK 32 OF PLATS, PAGES 
83 AND 89. IN LAKE COUN- 
TY, ILLINOIS. 

Commonly known as 230 
VALLEY DRIVE, Lindonhursl. 
IL 60046 

Property Indox No, 06-02- 
209-050 . 

Tho real estate is improved 
with a single family residence 
Tho Judgmont amount was 
S157.718.15. 

Salo terms: 25% down of Ihe 
highest bid by certified funds 
al the dose of iho auction; the 
balance, In certified funds, Is 
duo within twenty-lour (24) . 
hours. Tho subject property is 
subject lo general real estate 
; taxes, . special assessments, 
or special taxes levied against 
said real eslato and is offered 
lor salo without any roprosen- 
(alien as to quality or quantity 
of litfo and without recourse lo 
Plaintiff and in "AS IS* condi- 
tion. The sate is further sub- 
• jocl lo confirmation by Iho 
court, 

If Iho sale is set aside for any 
reason, tho Purchaser at the 
sale shall bo entitled only lo a 
return of Iho deposit paid. The 
Purchaser shall havo no fur- 
ther recourse against the 
Mortgagor, Ihe Mortgagee or 
the Mortgagee's attorney. 
Upon payment In full of Iho 
amount bid, Iho purchaser will 
receive a Certificate ol Salo 
that will entitle tho purchaser 
to a deed to Iho real oslato al- 
ter confirmation ol the salo 
Tho property will NOT bo 
open lor inspection and plain- 
tiff makes no representation 
as lo Iho condition ol iho 
property. Prospective bidders 
are admonished to chock ihe 
court file to verity all informa- 
tion. 

For information, contact Plain - 
tiff's attorney: Tho Sale Clerk, 
CODILIS & ASSOCIATES. 
P.C. . 15W030 . NORTH 
FRONTAGE ROAD, SUITE 
100, BURR RIDGE, IL 60527, 
(630) 794-0876 botwoon Iho 
hours ol 1 and 3 PM only and 
ask lor Iho soles department.. 
Please refer lo lilo number 
14-05-8850. 

THE JUDICIAL SALES COR- 
PORATION 33 North Dear- 
bom Slreol - Suite 1015 Chi- 
cago, Illinois 60602-3100 
(312) 236-SALE 
CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C. 

15W03O NORTH FRONTAGE 
ROAD, SUITE 100 
BURRRIDGE.IL 60527 
(630)794-9876 
Attomoy File' No.: 14-05-8850 
ARDC* 00468002 
NOTE: Pursuant to Iho Fair 
Dobl Collection Practices Act, 
you are advised that Plaintill's 
attorney Is deemed lo bo a 
debt collector attempting (o 
collect a dobl and any infor- 
mation obloinod will bo used 
for that purpose. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
> UEN SALE 
Doug Wessol 
Storago Unll E-1 1,5x10. 
Will be sold on 3/10/06 
Robert Polerson 
Storage Unit 8-7,10x10. 
Will bo sold on 3/1 0/06 
For storage foes. 
OFort Hainosvillo Storage 
158-W. Bolvidore Rd. 
Haiiies'/We, II. 60030 
(847)223-4244. 

0303A-7675-RL 
March 3, 10, 2006 



05-3402D 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY. 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 
INC., AS NOMINEE FOR 
DEUTSCHE BANK NATION- 
AL TRUST COMPANY AS 
TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF 
THE CERTIFICATE HOLD- 
ERS OF MORGAN 

STANLEY ABS CAPITAL I 
INC MORT-GAGE PASS- 
THROUGH CERTIFICATES. 
SERIES 
2004-HE6 
PLAINTIFF, 
-vs- 

MITCHELL A. SAUNDERS 
A/K/A MITCHELL SAUN- 
DERS; MARY J, SAUNDERS 
A/K/A MARY SAUNDERS 
A/K/A MARY J. GROSS: VIL- 
LAGE OF BEACH PARK. AN 
ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL COR- 
PORATION. C/O VILLAGE 
CLERK.; UNKNOWN OWN- 
ERS AND NON-RECORD 
CLAIMANTS 
DEFENDANTS 
NO. 06 CH 135 
PUBLICATION NOTICE 
Tho requisite nlfidavil lor pub- 
lication having boon tiled, no- 
tice is heroby given you 
MITCHELL A, SAUNDERS 
A/K/A MITCHELL SAUN- 
DERS; UNKNOWNOWNERS 
AND NON-RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS.Dolondants In tho 
above onll- 

Hod suit, thai tho said suit has 
boon commenced in Iho Cir- 
cuit Court of Lake Counly, by 
Iho said Plaintiff against you 
and other defendants, 
praying for iho foreclosure of 
a certain Morlgago convoying 
tho premises described as 
lollows, to wit: 

LOT 6 (EXCEPT THE 
NORTH 12.0 FEET THERE- 
OF) LOT 7. AND THE 
NORTH 6.0 FEET OF LOT 8 
IN BLOCK 11 IN MEYER 
AND WORTHINGTON'S 

SHERIDAN HIGHLANDS. 
BEING A SUBDIVISION OF 
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE 
SOUTH WEST 1/4 (EXCEPT 
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE 
NORTH WEST 1/4 OF THE 
SOUTH WEST 1/4) OF SEC- 
TION 33. TOWNSHIP 40 
NORTH. RANGE 12. EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN AND ALSO THE 
NORTH 1/2 OF THE WEST 
1/4 OF THE NORTH WEST 
1/4 OF SECTION 4, TOWN- 
SHIP 45 NORTH. RANGE 
12, EAST OF THE THIRD 
PRIN-CIPAL MERIDIAN, 
ACCORD-ING TO THE PLAT 
THERE-OF RECORDED 
JULY . 3. 1925 AS 
DOCUMENT 260622, IN 
BOOK 'O* OF 

PLATS, PAGES 20 AND 21, 
LAKE COUNTY. ILLINOIS. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 
38070 NORTH LOYOLA 
AVENUE. BEACH PARK, IL- 
LINOIS 60087. 

PERMANENT TAX NO.: 04- 
33-317-043and which said 
Morlgago was made by 
MITCHELL A. SAUNDERS 
AND MARY J, SA- 
UNDERS Mortgagors, to 
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 
INC.. AS NOMINEE FOR AC- 
CREDITED HOME LEND- 
ERS, INC. as Mortgagee, and 
recorded In Iho olllco of tho 
Recorder of Deeds of Lake 
County, Illinois, as document 
number 5571809, 



And for olhor rollof; (hat sum- 
mons was duly issued out ol 
tho said Court against you as 
provided by law, and that Iho 
suit is now ponding. Now 
thoreforo, unless you. 
tho said abovo named de- 
fondants, filo your answer lo 
tho Complaint In tho said suit 
or otherwise mnko your ap- 
pearance thoroln, Iho olllco 
ol Iho Clerk of tho Circuit 
Court of Lako County, In tho 
Cily ol Waukegan. Illinois, on 
or be-fore Iho 301h day altar 
Iho first publication ol this 
nolico which is March 20, 
2006. Do-fnult may bo 
ontorod against you at any 
time atlor lhat day and n 
judgmonl ontorod in ac- 
cordance with tho prayor of 
said Complaint. 
FISHER and SHAPIRO. LLC 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
4201 Lako Cook Road 
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 
(847) 498-9990 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
US Gonoral Construction 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Gonoial Construction 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
36462 N. Elizabeth Court, 
Lako Villa. IL. 60046. 
(647)401-5399. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSGN(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Christopher Usmlltor, 36462 
N.EIIzabothCl. 1 Uko Villa. 
IL. 60046. (847)401-5399. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

Tills Is lo certify that ihe un- 
dersigned inlond(s) lo con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
ness from tho locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and thai tho Iruo and le- 
gal full namo(s) of Iho 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting Iho buslnoss 
is/aro cor reel as shown. 
Is! Christopher Usmlller 
February 10, 2000 

Tho foregoing instrument 

was acknowledged boforo mo 

by Iho porson(s) Intonding to 

conduct Ihe business this 

10th. day ol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/April Makay Shorwin 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 10.2006 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lake Counly Clork 

0217C-7663-GP 

February 17,24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

AFFORDABLE SELF 

STORAGE 

Alfordabfe Self Storage will 

disposo of goods for 

non-payment Irom: 

Unit ft 41 belonging to 

Michael Kavicky, consisting 

ol misc. household goods. 

Disposal of these items will 

toko placo at Allordablo Self 

Storage, 133 So. Route 12, 

Fox Lako, IL en 11th March 

2006 al 10:00 am. 

0224D-7668-FL 

Fob. 24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



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tlco Is hereby given you DI- 
ANE ROMANO; UNKNOWN 
OWNERS AND NON-RE- 
CORD CLAIMANTS. 
Dclondants In Iho above enti- 
tled suil, thai Iho said suit has 
boon commenced in tho Cir- 
cuit Court of Lake County, by 
the said Plaintiff against you 
and olhor delondanls, praying 
lor the foreclosure of a certain 
Mortgage convoying Iho 
promises doscribed as fol- 
lows, to wit: 

PARCEL 1: UNIT M-172 IN 
BANCROFT 1 RIGHT IN 
LAKE 8ARRINGT0N 

SHORES, PHASE 2, CON- 
DOMINIUM NO, 3, AS DE- 
LINEATED ON THE SURVEY 
OF PART OF THE EAST 1/2 
^OF SECTION 11. TOWN- 
SHIP 43 NORTH, RANGE 9, 
EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- 
CIPAL MERIDIAN, IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS, WHICH 
SURVEY IS ATTACHED AS 
EXHIBIT "B* TO THE DEC- 
LARATION MADE BY LA- 
SALLE NATIONAL BANK. AS 
TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST. 
NO. 43456, RECORDED IN 
THE OFFICE OF THE RE- 
CORDER OF DEEDS, LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON JU- 
LY 23. 1076, AS DOCUMENT 
1780333; TOGETHER WITH 
AN UNDIVIDED PERCENT- 
AGE INTEREST IN SAID 
PARCEL (EXCEPTING 

FROM SAID PARCEL ALL 
THE PROPERTY AND 
SPACE COMPRISING ALL 
UNITS AS DEFINED AND 
SET FORTH IN SAID DEC- 
LARATION AND SURVEY). 
PARCEL 2: EASEMENT FOR 
INGRESS AND EGRESS TO 
ROUTE 59 FOR THE BENE- 
FIT OF PARCEL 1 AS 
SHOWN ON EXHIBIT "B* AT- 
TACHED TO THE DECLARA- 
TION OF CONDOMINIUM 
AND RECORDED JULY 23. 
1970, AS DOCUMENT 

--* 1700333 (AND NOT MADE A 
PART OF SAID CONDOMINI- 
UM). 

PARCEL 3: GRANTOR AL- 
SO GRANTS TO GRANTEE, 
THEIR SUCCESSORS AND 
ASSIGNS, AS AN EASE- 
MENT APPURTENANT TO 
THE PREMISES HEREIN 
CONVEYED, A PERPETUAL 
EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT 
FOR PARKING PURPOSES 
IN AND TO PARKING 
SPACE NO. 172-D AS 
SHOWN ON THE SURVEY 
ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT 'B' 
TO THE DECLARATION OF 
CONDOMINIUM AND RE- 
CORDED JULY 21, 1976 AS 
DOCUMENT 1780333. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 97 
THORNHILL LANE. UNIT D, 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILLI- 
NOIS 60010. 

PERMANENT TAX NO.: 13- 
11-400-251 

and which said Mortgage was 
made by DIANE ROMANO 
Mortgagors, to MORTGAGE 
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- 
TION SYSTEMS. INC.. AS 
NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGE 

"ilNVESTMENT LENDING AS- 
SOCIATES, INC. as Mortga- 
gee, and recorded in tho of- 
fice of Iho Recorder of Doeds 
of Lake County, Illinois, as 
document number 5827497. 
And for other rollof; that sum- 
mons was duty Issued out of 
tho said Court against you as 
provided by law, and thai tho ' 
suit is now pending. 
Now therefore, unless you, 
the said above named de- 



londanls, file your answer to 
the Complaint in tho said suil 
or otherwise make your ap- 
poaranco Ihoroln, tho oflico of 
tho Clerk of the Circuit Court 
of Lake County, in Iho City of 
Waukcgan, Illinois, on or be- 
fore March 20, 2006. Default 
may bo entered against you 
at any time nlier (hat day and 
a judgment entered in accord- 
ance with tho prayer of said 
Complaint. 

FISHER and SHAPIRO, LLC 
Attorneys for Plalntill 
4201 Lake Cook Road 
North brook, Illinois 60062 
(847) 498-9990 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
Mortgage Electronic Registra- 
tion Systems, Inc. as nomlneo 
lor BNC Mortgage Inc. and/or 
its successors 
PLAINTIFF 
Vs. 

isniah Cunningham; City ol 
North Chicago, as Trustoo 
and/or their successors; Un- 
known Owners and Nonro- 
cord Claimants; Eslalo of 
Isaiah Cunningham; Unknown 
Heirs and Legatees ol Isaiah 
Cunningham; Betty Christman 
a/k/a Betlie Christman a/k/a 
Betty Christmas; Shelly Cun- 
ningham; Ricky Cunningham; 
Gorold Cunningham 
DEFENDANTS 
No. 05 CH 2115 
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU: 
Isaiah Cunningham 
Unknown Ownors and Nonro- 
cord Claimants 
Estate of Isaiah Cunningham 
Unknown Heirs and Legatees 
of Isaiah Cunningham 
Shelly Cunningham 
Ricky Cunningham 
Gerald Cunningham 
That this caso has been com- 
menced In this Court against 
you and other defendants, 
praying (or Iho foreclosure ol 
a certain Mortgage convoying 
Iho premlsos described as fol- 
lows, lo-wit: 

LOTS 22, 23 AND 24 IN 
BLOCK 68 IN SOUTH WAU- 
KEGAN (BLOCKS 63 TO 65 
INCLUSIVE AND BLOCKS 67 
TO 70 INCLUSIVE AND 
PARTS OF BLOCKS 60 AND 
66) BEING A SUBDIVISION 
OF THE NORTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 5, 
TOWNSHIP 44 NORTH, 
RANGE 12, EAST OF THE 
THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDI- 
AN; TO-WIT: THE EAST 
HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST 
QUARTER OF THE NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SEC- 
TION 5 AND ALL THAT 
PART OF THE WEST HALF 
OF THE SOUTHEAST 
QUARTER OF THE NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SEC 
TION 5 WHICH LIES NORTH 
OF THE NORTHERLY LINE 
OF THE ELGIN, JOLIET 
AND EASTERN RAILWAY 
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT 
THEREOF, RECORDED DE- 
CEMBER 20. 1892 AS 
DOCUMENT 52102 IN BOOK 
■C OF PLATS ON PAGE 47. 
IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 
2041 Hervoy Avenue 
North Chicago, IL 60064 
and which said Mortgage was 
made by: 

Isaiah Cunningham 
the Mortgagor(s). to Mortgage 
Electronic Registration Sys- 



loms, Inc. as nominee for 
BNC Mortgage, Inc., as Mort- 
gagee, and recorded in the 
Olfice of the Recorder of 
Deeds of Lake County, Illi- 
nois, as Document No. 
5645628; and lor other roliel; 
that summons was duty is- 
sued out of said Court against 
you as provided by law and 
thai Iho said suit is now pend- 
ing. 

NOW, THEREFORE, UN- 
LESS YOU lllo your answer 
or othorwiso file your appear- 
ance In this caso In tho Olfico 
of tho Clerk of this Court, 
Sally Collell 

Clerk" of Iho Circuit Court 
18 N. County Street 
Waukegan, IL 60085-4358 
on or boloro March 20, 2006. 
A DEFAULT MAY BE EN- 
TERED AGAINST YOU AT 
ANY TIME AFTER THAT 
DAY AND A JUDGMENT 
MAY BE ENTERED IN AC- 
CORDANCE WITH THE 
PRAYER OF SAID COM- 
PLAINT. 

CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C. 

Attorneys for Plnintlfl 
15W030 North Frontago 
Road, Sullo 100 
Burr Ridge. IL 60527 
(630) 794-5300 
DuPago M 15170 
Winnebago H 531 
ARDC tt 00468002 
Our File No. 14-05-7224 
NOTE: Pursuant to Iho Fair 
Debt Collection Practices Act 
you arc advised that this law 
firm Is deemed lo bo a debt 
collector attempting to collect 
a dobl and any information 
obtained will bo used lor that 
purpose. 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAMEWITHDRAWAL OF 
OWNER(S) OR 
CANCELLATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Fabulous Finishes 
ORIGINAL DATE FILED 
1M004 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to ccrtily that the per- 
son (s) listed below has/have 
ceased doing businoss under 
tho assumed nnma or 
has/have no further connec- 
tion or linancinl interest In 
said businoss. Withdrawal 
shall bo ofloclivo 2-22-06. 
Leslie Cicoro 
33601 Royal Oak 
Gray sink a, IL: 60030 
/&/ Losllo Cicero 

Tho foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before mo 
by the porson(s) withdrawing 
from the business this 22nd. 
dayol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Llnda M. Paulson 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 22, 2006 1 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0303A-7679-GL 

March 3. 10, 17,2000 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Roy Glonzor owner ol 2001 
Trnilatnr, I lull Identification . *: 
DUJ01513K001 and Trnllor, 
VIN 4TM12NW221B001009; 
Mechanic's Lion lor 

50,110.10. You liavo until 
March 10, 2000 to pay Trrtck- 
or Marine Boat Com or. IS 20 
SkoKlo l-lwy„ Gumoo, IL. and 
romovo tho vohlelo or II Will bo 
aold. DuslnoQH hours arc* 
Monday thru Friday Oam to 
5pm, 

0217C-70G2-GP 

February 17. 24, 2O0G 

March 3, 2000 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Magic Pools Services 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Pool Maintenance 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1404 N. Hickory Ave., Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, 
(847)270-0269. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE ■ 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Oscar Manuel Lopoz-Tonos, 
140-1 N. Hickory Avo., Round 
Lake Beach, I L. 60073, 
(847)270-0269. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that tho un- 
dersigned fnlond(s) to con- 
duct tho above named busi- 
noss from tho localion(s) Indi- 
cated and lhat Iho true and le- 
gal full nnmo(s) of Iho 
porson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the businoss 
is/are correct as shown. 
Isl Oscar Manuel Lopez- 
Torres 
February 13.2006 

Tho foregoing instrument 

was acknowledged before me 

by the porsonfs) Intending to 

conduct the businoss this 

13th. dayol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Robori A. Strauss 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 13, 200G 

Willard R. Holandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0217C-7665-RL 

February 17,24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



05-31 BOD 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY, 
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS 
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC 
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, 
INC., AS NOMINEE FOR 
DEUTSCHE BANK NATION- 
AL TRUST COMPANY 
PLAINTIFF, 
-vs- 

DIANE ROMANO; BOARD 
OF MANAGERS OF LAKE 
BARRINGTON SHORES 

CONDOMINIUM THREE 

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- 
TION; UNKNOWN OWNERS 
AND NON-RECORD CLAIM- 
ANTS 

DEFENDANTS 
06CH10 

PUBLICATION NOTICE 
Tho roqulsito alfidavit for pub- 
lication having been filed, no- 
tice is -hereby given you DI- 
ANE ROMANO; UNKNOWN 
OWNERS AND NON-RE- 
CORD CLAIMANTS. 
Defendants In Iho above enti- 
tled suit, that the said suit has 
boon commenced in tho Cir- 
cuit Court of Lake County, by 
the said Plalntilf against you 
and other defendants, praying 
for Iho foreclosure ol a certain 
Mortgage conveying Iho 
promises doscribed as fol- 
lows, lo wit: 

PARCEL 1: UNIT M-172 IN 
BANCROFT 1 RIGHT IN 
LAKE BARRINGTON 

SHORES, PHASE 2. CON- 
DOMINIUM NO, 3, AS DE- 



LINEATED ON THE SURVEY 
OF PART OF THE EAST 1/2 
OF SECTION 11, TOWN- 
SHIP 43 NORTH, RANGE 9, 
EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- 
CIPAL MERIDIAN, IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. WHICH 
SURVEY IS ATTACHED AS 
EXHIBIT *B" TO THE DEC- 
LARATION MADE BY LA- 
SALLE NATIONAL BANK, AS 
TRUSTEE UNDER TRUST 
NO. 43456, RECORDED IN 
THE OFFICE OF THE .RE- 
CORDER OF DEEDS, LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON JU- 
LY 23, 1976. AS DOCUMENT 
1780333; TOGETHER WITH 
AN UNDIVIDED PERCENT- 
AGE INTEREST IN SAID 
PARCEL (EXCEPTING 

FROM SAID PARCEL ALL 
THE PROPERTY AND 
SPACE COMPRISING ALL 
UNITS AS DEFINED AND 
SET FORTH IN SAID DEC- 
LARATION AND SURVEY). 
PARCEL 2: EASEMENT FOR 
INGRESS AND EGRESS TO 
ROUTE 59 FOR THE BENE- 
FIT OF PARCEL 1 AS 
SHOWN ON EXHIBIT "B" AT- 
TACHED TO THE DECLARA- 
TION OF CONDOMINIUM 
AND RECORDED JULY 23, 
1976, AS DOCUMENT 
17B0333(ANDNOTMADEA 
PART OF SAID CONDOMINI- 
UM). 

PARCEL 3: GRANTOR AL- 
SO GRANTS TO GRANTEE, 
THEIR SUCCESSORS AND 
ASSIGNS, AS AN EASE- 
MENT APPURTENANT TO 
THE PREMISES HEREIN 
CONVEYED, A PERPETUAL 
EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT 
FOR PARKING PURPOSES 
IN AND TO PARKING 
SPACE NO. 172-D AS. 
SHOWN ON THE SURVEY 
ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT 'B' 
TO THE DECLARATION OF 
CONDOMINIUM AND RE- 
CORDED JULY 21, 1976 AS 
DOCUMENT 17B0333, 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS 97 
THORNHILL LANE, UNIT D, 
LAKE BARRINGTON, ILLI- 
NOIS 60010. 

PERMANENT TAX NO.: 13- 
11-400-251 

and which said Mortgage was 
made by DIANE ROMANO 
Mortgagors, to MORTGAGE 
ELECTRONIC ' REGISTRA- 
TION SYSTEMS, INC., AS 
NOMINEE FOR MORTGAGE 
INVESTMENT LENDING AS- 
SOCIATES, INC. as Mortga- 
gee, and recorded In the of- 
fice of Iho Recorder of Deeds 
of Lake County, Illinois, as 
document number 5827497. 
And for other rollof; lhat sum- 
mons was duly Issued out of 
Iho said Court against you as 
provided by law, and that the 
suit Is now pending. 
Now thoroloro, unless you, 
Iho said above namod. de- 
fendants, tile your answer to 
Iho Complaint in iho said suit 
or othorwiso make your ap- 
pearance therein, the olllco of 
tho Clerk ol tho Circuit Court 
ol Lako County, in Iho City of 
Waukepan, Illinois, on or be- 
fore March 20, 2006. Delaull 
may be entered against you 
at any time after that day and 
a judgment entered In accord- 
ance with Iho prayer ol said 
Complaint. 

FISHER and SHAPIRO, LLC 
Attorneys for Plalntilf. 
4201 Lake Cook Road 
Northbrook, Illinois 60062 
(B47) 498-9990 




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR .THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY - 
WAUKEGAN. ILLINOIS 
Long Beach Mortgage Com- 
pany 

PLAINTIFF 
Vs. 

Antonio Carmen; Long Beach 
Mortgage Company; Un- 
known O*.nors and Nonre- 
cord Claimants 
DEFENDANTS 
No. 06CH232 
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION 
NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU: 
Antonio Carmen 
Unknown Owners and Nonro- 
cord Claimants 

That this case has been com- 
menced In this Court against 
you and other defendants, 
praying for iho foreclosure of 
a certain Mortgago convoying 
the premises described as fol- 
lows; lo-wit: 

LOT 23 IN BLOCK 130 IN 
ROUND LAKE PARK, RENE- 
HAN BEACH ADDITION, BE- 
ING A SUBDIVISION OF 
PARTS OF SECTIONS 20, 
21 AND 28, TOWNSHIP 45 
NORTH. RANGE 10. EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL 
MERIDIAN, ACCORDING TO 
THE PLAT THEREOF, RE- 
CORDED JULY 25, 1930, AS 
DOCUMENT 356997. IN 
BOOK V OF PLATS, PAGES - 
36. 37, 38 AND 39. IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 
COMMONLY KNOWN AS: 
415 Kenwood Drive 
Round Lako Park, IL 60073 
and which said Mortgage was 
made by: 
Antonio Cannon 
the Mortgagor(s). to Long 
Beach Mortgago Company, 
as Mortgagee and recorded 
In the Olfice ol the Recorder 
ol Deeds ol Lako County, Illi- 
nois, as Document. No. 
5747077; and lor olhor roliel; 
that summons was duly Is- 
sued out ol said Court against 
you as provided by law and 
lhat the said suit Is now pend- 
ing. 

NOW, THEREFORE, UN- 
LESS YOU tile your answer 
or otherwise lilo your appear- 
ance In this case In Iho Office 
ol the Clerk ol this Court, 
Sally Collell 

Clerk ol the Circuit Court 
18 N. County Street 
Waukegan, IL 60085-435B 
on or before March 20, 2006, 
A DEFAULT MAY BE EN- 
TERED AGAINST YOU AT 
ANY TIME AFTER THAT 
DAY AND A JUDGMENT 
MAY BE ENTERED IN AC- 
CORDANCE WITH THE 
PRAYER OF SAID COM- 
PLAINT. 

CODILIS & ASSOCIATES, 
P.C, 

Attorneys for Plalntill 
15W030 North Frontago 
Road. Sullo 100 
Burr Ridge. IL 60527 
(630) 794-5300 
DuPago # 15170 
Winnebago W 531 
ARDC # 00468002 
Our File No. 14-06-1259 
NOTE: Pursuant to Iho Fair 
Debt Collection Practices Act 
you are advised that this taw 
firm Is deemed to bo a debt 
collector attempting to collect 
a debt and any information 
obtained will bo used tor lhat 
purpose. 

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, PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
A. Navarrete 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Landscape 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
524 Ravine Dr.. Round Lake 
Park, IL 60073. (847)366- 
2931. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE • 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Annul lo Navarrete, 524 Rav- 
ine Dr., Round Lake Park, IL 
.60073, (B47)366-2931. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned (ntond(s) lo con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from Iho localion(s) Indi- 
cated and lhat the Iruo and le- 
gal lull namo(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or- transacting the businoss 
Is/aro correct as shown. - 
/s/Armulfo Navanete 
February 8, 2006 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged belore me 
by ihe person(s) intending to 
conduct Ihe business this 8 th. 
day of February 2006. 

OFFICIALSEAL 

. /s/Ablgail H. Grunsl 

Notary Public 

Received: Fob. 13, 2006 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clork 

0217C-7664-RL 

February 17,24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
JJS Services 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Electronic Industrial Machine 
Ropair 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
5B4 While Ln„ Halhosvillo, IL. 
60030,(847)525-5101. ■ 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSGN(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
James Canchola, 584 White 
Ln„ Halnosvillo, II. 60030, 
(847)986-6068. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify lhat Iho un- 
dersigned Inlend(s) to con- 
duct Ihe above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
catod and lhat Ihe true and la- 
gal full namo(s) of Iho 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting Iho business 
is/aro correct as shown. 
f$t Jamos Canchola 
February 8, 2006 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending lo 
conduct tho business this 9th. 
day of February 2006. 

OFFICIALSEAL 

/s/Angolo Madlgan 

Notary Public 

Received: Feb. 13, 2006 

Willard R. Helander 

Lako County Clork 

0217C-7666-GL 

February 17, 24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 










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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
.NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Mary's Greenhouse 
NATURePURPOSE: 
Retail Greenhouse Annual & 
Perennials 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
555 S. O'Plaino Rd.. Gurnee, 
IL. 60031, (847)336-5910. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES|OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Mary K. Dorsey, 555 S. 
O'Plaino Rd., Guinea, IL 
£50031.(847)336-5910. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is lo cortily thai the un- 
dorsigned inlend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from Iho location(s) Indi- 
caled and thai the true and le- 
gal full namc(s) ol Iho 
pcrson(s) owning,. conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
(si Mary K. Dorsoy 
February 17, 2006 

The lorcgoing instrument 

was acknowledged bolore mo 

by lire person(s) intending lo 

conduct Iho business this 

17th. day ol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Laura Davis 

Nolary Public 

Received: Feb. 17, 200G 

WillardR. Ilolandor 

Lake County Cleik 

022-1D-7674-GP 

February 24, 2006 

March 3, 10,2006 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
A. Navnrrelo 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Landscape 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
524 Ravine Dr.. Round Lake 
Park, IL. 60073, (847)366- 
2931. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Arrnullo Navarrele, 524 Rav- 
ine Dr., Round Lake Park, IL. 
60073, {847)366-2931. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 

This is to certify lhai iho un- 
dorsignod inlond(s) lo con- 
duct 1 1 to above named busi- 
ness Irom Iho localion{s} Indi- 
cated and thai Iho true and le- 
gal lull namo(s) ol the 
pcrson(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
/s/ Arrnullo Navarrele 
February 8, 2006 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before mo 
by the porson(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 8th. 
dnyol February 2006. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Abigail H. Grunst 

Nolary Public 

Recoivod: Fob. 13, 2006 

Willard R. Hclandor 

Lake County Clerk 

0217C-7664-RL 

February 17, 24, 2006 

March 3, 2006 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
MAYTE CLEANING SERVICE 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
CLEANING SERVICES 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 

BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR 

TRANSACTED IN THIS 
COUNTY: 

4371 EAGLE CT., GURNEE, 
IL. 60031, (847) 231-6569, 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
MARCIA E. NOBLE, 4371 
EAGLE CT., GURNEE, IL. 
60031,(847)336-2027. 
MARIA T. SALVADOR, 646 
SWAN DR., GRAYSLAKE. (L. 
60030,(847) 231-6569. 
ALMA R. MARTINEZ, 372 
GREENVIEW DR., PARK 
CITY, IL. 60085, (847) 782- 
B871. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT 
THE UNDERSIGNED 

INTEND(S) TO CONDUCT 
THE ABOVE NAMED 
BUSINESS FROM THE 
LOCATION(S) INDICATED 
AND THAT THE TRUE AND 
LEGAL FULL NAME(S) OF 
THE PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING THE 

BUSINESS IS/ARE 

CORRECT AS SHOWN. 
IS/ MARCIA E.NOBLE 
IS/ MARIA T.SALVADOR 
/S/ ALMA R.MARTINEZ 
FEBRUARY 27.2006 
THE FOREGOING 

INSTRUMENT WAS 

ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE 
ME BY THE PERSON(S) 
INTENDING TO CONDUCT 
THE BUSINESS THIS 27TH. 
DAY OF FEBRUARY 2006. 
OFFICIAL SEAL 
/S/CHRISTINAJHOM 
NOTARY PUBLIC 
RECEIVED: FEB. 27, 2006 
WILLARD R. HELANDER 
LAKE COUNTY CLERK 
0303A-7685-GP 
MARCH 3, 10, 17,2006 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
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NATURE/PURPOSE: 
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ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
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esl, IL (847)616-8402, 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
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gency, Lako Forest. IL. 
(847)615-8402. 
Cindy Goldberg. 1070 Stralh 
Erin. Highland Park, IL. (847) 
579-1869. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
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dersigned intond(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from Hie localion(s) Indi- 
cated and that Iho true and 
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son(s) owning, conducting or 
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March 1,2000 

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was acknowledged before 
ine by Iho parson(s) intend- 
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OFFICIAL SEAL 
/s/Chrislinn Mnrtoccio 
Nolary Public 
Received: March 1,2006 
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Like Counly Clork 
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School funding is on the 
minds of several school district 
superintendents in Lake 
County. 

And they will get to hear 
much on the subject, as well as 
other educational issues, at the 
spring dinner meeting of the 
Illinois Association of School 
Boards. 

Representatives of school 
districts across the county will 
gather to learn about special ed- 
ucation, the No Child Left 
Behind Act, legislation and 
school funding. Guest speakers 
will relate tips on how to apply 
this information to each dis- 
trict. 

The meeting will be held at 
6:30 p.m. March 9 at Millburn 
West School, 640 Freedom Way 
in Lindenhurst. 

Jim Mezner, school district 
24 superintendent, said he is 
looking forward to hearing 
about school funding topics. 

Right now, property taxes 
are the biggest ways schools are 
funded, Mezner said, with 70 
percent of their budgets coming 
from residents' pockets. State 
aid makes up the rest. 

"We're killing our poor tax- 
payers with high property 
taxes," Mezner said. 



Mezner said Ralph Martire, 
executive director of the Center 
for Tax and Budget 
Accountability in Chicago, will 
reveal a new idea of how to keep 
schools running without as 
much tax money. 

Mezner said the proposal in- 
volves a small increase in in- 
come taxes along with a small 
decrease in property taxes. 

Scott Thompson, school dis- 
trict 34 superintendent, said he 
is also interested in school 
funding issues, as well as get- 
ting the latest details on the No 
Child Left Behind Act. 

"It's always changing," he 
said. 

Mezner said educators will 
be bombarded with all kinds of 
information during the two- 
hour dinner meeting. 

"There's probably enough 
there for two days," Mezner 
said. 

But that gives officials more 
time to do what else they enjoy 
about the conference: socializ- 
ing. 

"We get to share ideas and 
work together," Thompson 
said. 

Mike Anderson, school dis- 
trict 41 superintendent, said the 
meeting helps schools make 
sure they are doing the right 
things for their community. 

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Divorce Group Meeting 

The Starting Over Single 
Divorce Support Group meets the 
second Tuesday of each month 
from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Peters 
Church, 557 Lake St. in Antioch. 
Call 847-395-3024 or 847-740- 
0417 for more information. 

Open Arms grateful for 
help, raises funds 

The Open Arms Mission 
wants to thank the community 
for its generous contributions 
during the holiday season. With 
residents' help, the mission pro- 
vided meal boxes, holidays gifts 
and other daily necessities for 
over 500 people. 

In March and April the mission 
will partner with the Feinstein 
Foundation, which is matching 
cash donations during these two 
months. The mission hopes to 
raise $15,000 to purchase food 
and other items for the summer 
when donations are usually 



lower. 

To help out or get more informa- 
tion, call Open Arms at 847-395- 
0309. Items or money can be 
sent to Open Arms Mission, P.O. 
Box 79, Antioch, IL, 60002. 

Pottery sale 

The Antioch Pottery Works 
Gallery, 25942 Heart 0' Lakes 
Blvd., will hold a sale on all new 
functional pottery made by 
gallery artists. 

The March Madness sale will be 
held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 
11 and 12 at the gallery. 

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cent discount on the new items, 
as well as a free door prize draw- 
ings at 3 p.m. both days. Studio 
tours and pottery-making demon- 
strations will be offered all day. 

For more information, call Jill 
Tortorella at 847-838-9949 or 
visit www.antiochpottery.com. 

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School bands will present its final 
two performances of the Swing 
Street Cafe series. The school 
gym will be set up like a New York 
jazz club, complete with food, 
drinks and a dance floor. 

A raffle will offer a wide range of 
prizes as well as a silent auction 
with some Swing Street 
Memorabilia signed by Mr. Olisar. 

The shows start at 7:30 p.m. 
with doors opening at 7 p.m. at 
the high school, 1133 S. Main St. 

Tickets can be bought at the 
door. Adults pay $6 and students 
and seniors pay $4. Kids under 
five years old are free. A limited 
number of pre-sale tickets are 
also available at a price of $12 
each. These tickets will get con- 
cert-goers a 6 p.m. pasta dinner 
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ANTIOCH 

• Choir of Wisconsin Lutheran 
College performance. 7 p.m., 
Saturday, March 11. Faith Lutheran 
Church, 24300 W. Grass Lake Rd. For 
more information, call (847) 395- 
1660. 

• Fund-raiser for Peace 4 All. 
Saturday, March 4. Noon, pool tourna- 
ment, 8:30 p.m., concert. Antioch 
Lanes Tower Room and Brickhouse. 
Tournament entry is $15, with noon 
sign-in. Door charge for concert is $5. 
Bands are Sunday Church Riot, Waste 
Basket and Young Til We Die. For 
more information, call (847) 401-2371 

• Sub-committee meetings of 
Antioch Village Board. 7 p.m., first 
Mondays. Committee meetings of the 
whole follow at 8 p.m. in the Village 
Hall Board Room, 874 Main St 

• Village of Antioch Planning 
and Zoning Board meeting. 7:30 
p.m., second Thursdays at the 
Municipal Bldg,, 874 Main St. Calt 
(847) 395-1000 to confirm. 

• Antioch Women's Club meet- 
ing. Second Wednesdays. Call Pat 
Goone at (847) 838-6688 to learn , 
more. 

• Antioch Garden Club meeting. 
6:45 p.m., first Mondays at the United 
Methodist Church. All are welcome. 
Call Karen at (815) 678-2262 to learn 
more. 

• CPR classes. 6 p.m., second and 
fourth Wednesdays at Squad Bldg., 
835 Holbek Dr., sponsored by Antioch 
Rescue Squad, held $5. Call (847) 
395-5511 to learn more. 

. • American Business Women's 
Association meeting. 8 a.m., sec- 
ond Wednesdays at Keller Williams 
Realty on Rt. 83 (south of Rt. 173). Call 
Nancy at (847) 838-6500 for informa- 
tion. 

• Antioch Network of Friends 
meeting. 7 p.m., first Tuesdays at ' 
the Community Building, 884 Main 
St., back entrance, A multiple sclero- 
sis support group. Call Louise at (847) 
395-1317 or Rachel at (847) 973-1808 
for details. 

• Bingo. 12:45 p.m., Mondays at 
the Senior Center. Call (847) 395- 
7120 for details. 

• Bingo. 6:45 p.m., Tuesdays, 
Antioch VFW. Doors open 4:30 p.m. 
Call (847) 395-5393 for more informa- 
tion. 

• A Safe Place support group 
meeting. Mondays. For women who 
are dealing with abuse in their homes. 
All are welcome. No fees. Call A Safe 
Place at (847) 249-4450 or (847) 
249-6557 (TTY) or go to asafeplace- 
.forhelp.org for more information. 

• Lakes Area Community Band 
rehearsal. 7-9 p.m., Mondays. At 
Antioch Community High School band 
room. Area musicians high school age 



and older are welcome to join. No au- 
ditions. Call Debbie Davis at (847) 
395-0272 to learn more. 

• Ktwanis Club of Antioch 
meeting. Noon, Tuesdays. Bacchus 
Restaurant. The public is welcome to 
join and share experience, knowledge 
and service project ideas. Call Melissa 
at (847) 489-8044 or e-mail at 
mjrigoni@hotmail.com for more infor- 
mation. 

• Take Off Pounds Sensibly 
meeting. 6:30 p.m., Wednesdays, 
weigh-in, 7 p.m. meeting at the Senior 
Center, 817 Holbek Dr. Call Dorothy 
Stark at (847) 395-7407 or Betty 
Mullerat (847) 838-3907 for more in- 
formation. • 

• AFFTER (Advocates for 
Fibromyalgia Funding, Treatment 
Education and Research) support 
group meeting. 10 a.m.-noon, first 
Saturdays at Antioch's Community 
Bldg., 884 Main St. Call Shari at (847) 
362-7807 or go to www.AFFTER.org 
for more information. 

• The Meeting House Museum. 
Noon-3 p.m., first Sundays. See origi- 
nal photos of Antioch and a veterans' 
exhibit of photos and memorabilia 
from the Civil War through the Gulf 
War. 

• Open gym. 7-9 p.m., Sundays. 
Antioch Community High School. $2. 
Adults only. 

BARRINGTON 

• Grandparents Who are 
Raising Their Grandchildren sup- 
port group meeting. 10-11:30 a.m., 
Thursdays. Call Stephanie Loda at 
(847) 432-4981 for details. 

FOX LAKE 

• Sailing Into the Future! 
Family/Business Expo. 9 a.ml-3 
p.m., Saturday, March 4. Grant 
Community High School, 285 E. Grand 
Ave. For more information, call (847) 
587-7474. 

• Lions Club eyeglass collec- 
tion. 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, March 
4. The Fox Lake Lions Club' will be col- 
lecting any used prescription eye- 
glasses or hearing aids at the 
Family/Business Expo. 

• Lakeland Cardinal 
Cheerieading Board meeting. 
7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 8. 
Lakefront Park Building on Nippersink 
Blvd., just north of the Fox Lake Metra 
Station/and just east of Route 12. Call 
(847) 276-8725 for information. 

GRAYSLAKE 

• Lake County Area Computer 
Enthusiasts meeting. 12:30-3 p.m., 
Saturday, March 4. Grayslake Area 
Public Library, 100 Library Lane. 
"Antivirus Programs" will be pre- 
sented, open to all computer users. 




Program chair James Rutledge wil 
discuss the widely used Norton and 
McAfee Antivirus programs as well as 
other lesser known programs. For 
more information, phone club presi- 
dent Dwight (J.J.) Johnson'at (847) 
623-3815 or visit 
http://www.lcace.org/. 

• Hnenna Freelon in concert 8 
p.m., Friday, March 10. CLC's 
Grayslake campus, at the Mainstage 
Theatre at the James Lumber Center 
for the Performing Arts, 19351 W. 
Washington St. Tickets are $32 for 
general public, $30 for CLC students, 
staff and seniors over 65, and $20 for 
children under 12, and can be pur- 
chased at the CLC box office (847) 
543-2300 or online at www.clcilli- 
nois.edu/tickets. 

• Stepmpms Offering Support 
to Stepmoms meeting. 7-9 p.m., 
Tuesdays in the Grayslake area. Call 
Tina at (847) 543-4768 for details. 

• Women's Binge Eating 
Disorder support group meeting. 
7-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays In a private 
home,Call (847) 223-9784 for details. 

GURNEE 

• Lake Co. Camera Club meet* 
ing. 630 p.m., peer-to-peer discus- 
sion/socializing, 7:30, meeting, first 
Fridays. Warren Township Center, 
east crafts room, in park on south- 
west comer of Almond and 
Washington. All skill levels, 
digital/film, welcome. Call Mike 
Ament at 847-356-6937 (noon-6 
p.m.) to learn more, 

• Singles (ages 55+) Breakfast 
Group meeting. 8:30 a.m., 
Saturdays. In-Laws Restaurant, 720 
Milwaukee Ave, Call Chuck (847) 362- 
5458 for details. 

• Lake Co. Spinner's Guild 
meeting. 1:30-4 p.m., second 
Sundays. Warren-Newport Public 
Library. Enjoy the art of fiber spinning 
and meet fellow spinners. Call Carol 
at (847) 234-0778 or Chris at (847) 
367-2536 to learn more. 

LAKE VILLA 

• Lake Villa Village Board meet- 
. ing. 8 p.m., second Wednesdays 

• Weigh to Win meeting. 7-8 
p.m., Tuesdays. Calvary Christian 
Center, Monaville Rd. Call (847) 356- 
6181 to learn more. 

• Lake Villa Take off Pounds 
Sensibly meeting. 5:30 p.m., 
Wednesdays. Church of the Holy 
Family, 25291 W. Lehman. Call Cathy 
at (847) 587-7710 or Debbie at (847) 
687-5531 for details. 

LIBERTYVILLE 

• Business Networking Group 
meeting. 7:30-8:30 a.m., meets sec- 
ond and fourth Fridays. Centre Lights 



Cafe. Call Dan at (847) 803-9904 (8 
a.m.-5 p.m.) for more information. 

• "A Way Out" meeting. 7 p.m. 
Fridays at St. Lawrence Episcopal 
Church, 125 W." Church St. An 
Alcoholics Anonymous group for 
gays, lesbians and straights. Call 
(email) Linda West (847) 735-1230 
(Lcwestl@yahoo.com) for details. 

• Arthritis support group meet- 
ing. 2 p.m., second Sundays in 
Libertyville. Call Martha at (847) 362- 
0889 to learn more. 

• MS Support Group meeting. 2- 
4 p.m., second Sundays in 
Libertyville. Call (847) 549-8971 for 
additional details. 

• Adult Children of Alcoholics 
support group meeting. 7 p.m., 
Mondays. St. Lawrence Episcopal 
Church, 125 W. Church St. Call (847) 
362-2110 or visit www.acoa-liber- 
tyville.org for details. 

• Looking Up meeting. 7-8:30 
p.m., first and third Wednesdays at 
Condelj's Day Center, 700 Garfield. A 
bereavement support group meets in 
Libertyville. Call (847) 816-8848 for 
details. 

LINDENHURST 

• Lindenhurst Park District 
Board meeting. 7:30 p.m., first 
Tuesdays. 

• Lindenhurst Community 
Partnership meeting. 7 p.m., sec- 
ond Wednesdays at Village Halt. 

• Free blood pressure screen- 
ing. 8 a.m.-noon, Mondays. Victory 
Lakes Continued Care Center, 
Lindenhurst. Call (847) 356-5900 to 
learn more. 

• VFW Post #4894 meeting. 8 
p.m., second Wednesdays. Civic 
Center. Call (847) 356-7482 for de- 
tails 

• Lake Villa Township Lions 
Club board meeting. 7 p.m., sec- 
ond Tuesdays. State Bank of the 
Lakes, Lindenhurst. 

• Men's Club of Lindenhurst 
(ages 21 and older) meeting. Call 
(847) 356-5014 (weekends) to learn 
more. 

• Women's Club of Lindenhurst 
meeting. 7 p.m., second Thursdays 
at Civic Center. Call (847) 356-2286 
for more information.- • 

MCHENRY 
. • McMOMS-McHenry County 
Mothers of Multiples meeting. 7 

p.m., second Thursdays at the 
Nippersink District Library. All moth- 
ers or expectant mothers of multiples 
are welcome. Call Georgie at (815) 
759-0760 for more information. 

MUNDELEIN 

• Hard of Hearing and Late 
Deafened Support Group meet- 



ing. 7-8:30 p.m., first Wednesdays. 
LCCIL, 377 N. Seymour Ave. Find infor- 
mation at www.lccil.org, email 
debra@lccil.org or call Debra Hickam 
at (847) 949-4440 TTY/V. 

• Lake Co. Singles meeting. 7:30 
p.m., Sundays. Dover Straits on Rt. 
45. $7 fee includes buffet, speed dat- 
ing and music. Call hotline (847) 604- 
1840 or visit www.lakecountysin- 
gles.net for details. 

• Dynamic Resources meeting. 
7:30 a.m„ Tuesdays. A professional 
women's networking group meeting 
at Grandma V's Pancake House. 
Contacts are Deb Pauley at (847) 
973-1369 and Linda Miller at (847) 
606-2259. 

ROUND LAKE 

• Big Brothers, Big Sisters 
meeting. 6:30-8 p.m., Mondays. 
Calvary Presbyterian Church, 510 
Cedar Lake Rd. Call (847) 360-0770 
for information. 

ROUND LAKE HEIGHTS 

• Round Lake Area Community 
Band rehearsal. 7-9 p.m., Tuesdays. 
Indian Hill School, 1920 N. Lotus Dr., 
Round Lake Heights. New musicians 
and alt instruments are always wel- 
come. Cali Chrtsti at (847) 546-8558 
ext. 422 to learn more. 

ROUND LAKE PARK 

• Bingo. 7 p.m., Tuesdays. 
American Legion Hall, 111 E. Main. Calt 
(847) 546-3512 for information. 

• Lake Co. Community Health 
Partnership Immunization Clinic. 
9-11 a.m., second Wednesdays, 
American Legion Hall, 111 E. Main St. 
Call (847) 377-8470 for details. 

WAUKEGAN 

• Catholic Charities foster par- 
ent informational meeting. 7*9 

p.m., first Tuesdays/Joseph Cardinal 
Bernardin Center, 671 S. Lewis. 
People interested in providing foster 
homes for children in need of tempo- 
rary shelter are asked to attend. For 
meeting registration or more infor- 
mation, call Lucy Rivera at (847) 782- 
4249. 

• Lake Co. Coin Club meeting. 
7:30 p.m., first Tuesdays. Jester's 
Lounge, 1500 Lewis Ave. Call Les at 
(847) 662-1955 to learn more. 

• National Alliance for the 
Mentally III support group meet- 
ing. 6:30 p.m., second Thursdays at 
Lake Co. Health Dept, 3012 Grand 
Ave., Waukegan. Call LCHD at (847) 
377-8180 for details. 

SALEM, WISC. 

• Senior Coffee Hour. 9 a.m., 
first Fridays at Salem Community 
Library, 24615 89th St., Salem, Wise. 
Call 262-843-3348 for details. 




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ARIES 

March 21 to April 20 

Don't worry when a conflict 
arises at work.Aries. Things 
will simmer down rather 
quickly, so don't spend much 
time thinking about finding a . 
resolution. 

TAURUS 

April 21 to May 21 

There's no time like the 
present to embark on that 
home improvement you've 
been considering, Taurus. 
Encourage others to give you 
some friendly assistance. 

GEMINI 

May 22 to June 21 

If you've been thinking 
about taking a trip, now is 
the time to do so, Gemini. 
Grab a friend or family mem- 
ber to take the ride with you 
and it will be much more fun. 



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June 22 to July 22 

You've been feeling under 
the weather, Cancer, and you 
can't seem to bounce back 
quickly. Rest is key this 
week. There's no point get- 
ting even more run down. 

LEO 

July 23 to Aug. 23 

Lions may be the kings of 
the jungle, Leo, but this 
week you can't even muster 
a meow. No one is taking you 
seriously, and that has you 
angry. Rethink your strategy. 

VIRGO 

Aug. 24 to Sept. 22 

A move you made a few 
weeks back is not panning 
out as you had hoped, Virgo. 
You just can't seem to get 
along with your new house- 
mate. It may be time to pack 
up once more. 

LIBRA 

Sept. 23 to Oct. 23 

You've been taking advan- 
tage of loved ones, Libra, and 
it has to stop. There's only so 
much they will take before 
getting angry. Start recipro- 



cating instead of just being 
greedy. 

SCORPIO 

Oct 24 to Nov. 22 

You'll want to run the show 
this week, Scorpio, and oth- 
ers will be anxious to let you. 
Don't let the power go to 
your head, or else you'll 
make enemies very quickly. 

SAGITTARIUS 

Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 

A friend in need has you 
running, Sagittarius. But 
don't be so quick to jump 
everytime this person beck- 
ons or else the situation 
could get out of control. 

CAPRICORN 

Dec. 22 to Jan. 20 

You've been doing too 
much at work again, 
Capricorn. If you don't slow 
yourself down, you're going C 
to find yourself physically 
and mentally worn out. 

AQUARIUS 

Jan. 21 to Feb. 18 

Stop being so controlling of 
the finances, Aquarius. 
Putting the spending blame • 
on others is not accurate — 
you're involved in that situa- 
tion as well. 

PISCES 

Feb. 19 to March 20 

If plans don't work out the 
way you expected this week, 
Pisces, don't get discour- 
aged. Bounce back and set a 
new agenda. 

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS 

MARCH 5 

Kimberly McCullough, 
Actress (28) 
MARCH 6 

Moira Kelly, Actress (38) 
MARCH 7 

Wanda Sykes, Comic (42) 
MARCH 8 

Freddie Prinze, Jr., Actor 
(30) 
MARCH 9 

James Van Der Beek, Actor 
(29) 




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tough loss against 

Round Lake in regional , 

play-in game 

By Daniel J. Patrick 

dpatrick@nwnewsgroup.cotn 

Basketball is one of the few 
sports when it can truly come 
down to one or two players. 
Sequoit fans got a taste of that 
in the Antioch Regional play-in 
game against Round Lake. 

For Antioch, it was Alex 
McKenzie and for the Panthers, 
it was Jaquan Glover. The two 
stars battled it out, to the tune 
of 20 points for McKenzie while 
Glover finished the game with 
24. 

The outcome of the personal 
scoring contest turned out to be 
symbolic for the larger contest 
at hand as Round Lake was able 
to earn the 67-60 win and a game 
against the No. 4 Waukegan 
Bulldogs in the regional semifi- 
nal. 

Round Lake coach Mark 
Petrynek was impressed with 
McKenzie and fellow Sequoit 
Chandler Kent's play. Kent, and 
John Heneberry rounded out 
Antioch's double-digit scorers 
with 16 and 10 points, respec- 
tively. 

"They were really tough for 



us to handle because 
(McKenzie) and (Kent) were 
able to score pretty much at- 
will against us," Petrynek said. 
"McKenzie was stellar with his 
three-point shot, but luckily, 
Glover was really able to turn it 
on emotionally and it showed 
with his intensity in the game." 

The Sequoits were in control 
of the game throughout the first 
quarter, but the Panthers took 
the lead with a stellar second 
quarter, outscoring Antioch 23* 
9 in the stanza. Round Lake's 
burst buried the Sequoits under 
a 33-21 deficit going into half- 
time. 

The Sequoits were able to 
fight back into the game, 
outscoring Round Lake 18-15 in 
the third and 21-19 in the fourth 
quarter, but it just was not 
enough to take . down the 
Panthers. 

Antioch was able to keep in 
the game, thanks in large part 
to McKenzie's skill from be- 
yond the arc. The junior guard 
drilled five three-pointers in' 
the game for 15 of his team-high 
20-points. 

Glover's performance was a 
good mix between good outside 
shooting and a slashing offense, 
of course, 14 rebounds never 
hurts. Glover's play, coupled 
with a good inside presence 
from Jeremy Shedrick, who fin- 
ished with 14 points and 10 




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Chandler Kent of Antioch tries to get away from the imposing Round Lake players at the regional basketball 
game in Antioch. Round Lake advanced to the next stage. 



boards, led to Round Lake's 
first postseason win in years. 

"I'm really proud of the way 
we were able to play in such an 
emotional game," Petrynek 
said. 

Round Lake also received 
double-digit efforts from sen- 



iors Caesar Moore and Brian a team-effort that helped us beat 
Mendralla, who finished with , a really good team." 



12 and 10 points, respectively. 

"(Antioch)'s a good team, 
there's no doubt about it, but 
we were able. to come into that 
game with a lot of emotion," 
Petrynek said. "This was really 



Antioch ends its season at 
10-16 while Round Lake ended 
its 6-23 season the next night 
against the Waukegan Bulldogs 
with a 72-52 loss. 



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Lakes successfiiDyhosts junior feeder tournament 



The Lakes Junior Eagles 
tufys basketball feeder program 
made history last month as 
they hosted their inaugural 
boys basketball feeder tourna- 
ment. In only its first year of ex- 
istence, the tourney attracted 
17 sixth, seventh and eighth 
grade teams from a total of 10 
high school feeder programs, 
including the Lakes Eagles, 

The three-day tournament 
attracted players from all over 
the county and established the 
Lakes tourney as one of the best 
in Lake County. The host 
Junior Eagles also made names 
for themselves, scoring a sec- 
ond place overall finish in the 
tournament. 

Lindenhurst Park District 
holding martial arts 
classes 

The, Lindenhurst Park 
District is currently holding 
Tae Kwon Do classes for 
Beginning, Continuing and 
Advanced level martial artists. 
All three levels began on Feb. 
25, but will continue until 



April 24. 

All classes are held at the 
Lindenhurst Community 

Center Gym with beginning 
classes held from 5-6 p.m. on 
Mondays and Wednesdays, con- 
tinuing level classes held im- 
mediately after and advanced 
level classes held from 10:45- 
U:<15 a.m. on Saturdays. 

For more information about 
the martial arts classes, contact 
the Lindenhurst Park District 
at (847)356-6011, visit their Web 
site at www.lindenhurst- 
parks.org, or e-mail them at 
info@lindenhurstparks.org. 

Youth travel basketball 

team to hold tryouts 

The Illinois HoopSlars an- 
nounces tryouts for its spring 
travel basketball program, 
which will run from April 
through May. The program is 
open to boys and girls in grades 
5-11 and provides competitive 
team play, as well as training. 

The spring season includes 
six tournaments, as well as two 
practices and a skill building 



session each week. The cost is 
$480, plus $75 for uniform and 
bag. There is a one-time tryout 
fee of $10 to cover gym rental 
fees. 

The first tryout date is 
Monday, Feb. 20 at Grayslake 
Central High School, located at 
400 N. Lake St.. Fifth through 
seventh graders should report 
to the field house for registra- 
tion between 5:30 p.m. and 6 
p.m. and tryouts will be held 
from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eighth 
grade and any high school play- 
ers will be registered from 7 
p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with tryouts 
held from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

The second tryout will be 
held Sunday, Feb. 26 at 
Grayslake North High School, 
located at 1925 N. Route 83. 
Fifth through seventh graders 
should report for registration 
between 5:30-6 p.m., with try- 
outs from 6-7:30 p.m. Eighth 
grade through high school play- 
ers will register from 7-7:30 p.m. 
with tryouts held from 7:30-9 
p.m. 

For more information call 
Jack Brocious at (847) 543-0292. 




Submitted photo 

The 8 th grade Junior Eagles travel basketball team scored a second place 
finish in their own tournament out of 17 total teams feeding 10 different 
high school teams. Pictured from left to right are Front Row: Joel 
DeGrave, Thomas Newby, Kyle Kriese, Evan Vandermeer, Nick Rodriguez, 
Jack Kenney and Cale St. Clair Back Row: Coach Jon Gillespie, Jack Olson, 
Alex Reyes, Colin Gillespie, Jeff Verenski, Tyler Callese, Robbie Lange, 
Travis Vanderwall and Coach Roger Callese. 



village of Fox Lake What's Happening at the Lakefront Park Bldg 

71 Nippersink Blvd, Fox Lake 
TAKE YOUR PICK... 




Est 1907 

COMING EVENTS: 
April 8th - Egg Hunt & Magic Show 
June 24th - Miss Fox Lake Pageant 
Sept. Dili - Mayor's Challenge 5K 
Run/Walk for Susan G. Koman 
Oct 7th - Octobcrfesl 
Nov. 24lh - Tree Lighting 
Nov. 25th - Korpans Children's Parade 
& Christinas Party 

JULY 1st 

Celebrate Fox Lake at 

Millennium Park 10am Parade 

Crafts • Food • Games 

Entertainment 4pm-Dush 

Fireworks over 

Mineola 



Beginner 

Line 
Dancing 

Every Wednesday 
9:30am-llam 

'3.00 per 
class/person 




Seniors Lunch & 
Entertainment 

Thursday, March 9th 

I1:30am-2pm 

*10.00 per person 

Corned Beef • cabbage 

Dessert & Beverage 



Hunting Safety 
Education Class 

Saturday, March 18th & 

Sunday March 19th 

12 Hour Course 

9am-3pm (bring a sack lunch) 

Objective to obtain a 

hunting license - 

Limited space 



Boating safety Education A A T>p® Driver Safety 

Marrh 9K+h nr Anrll 99th -ZT/JULVBL Pyif\rWQm 



March 25th or April 29th 

9am-5pm 

Age 12+ older 

s 25.00Fee 

Pre-reglstratlon necessary 






Take the Wiour 
classroom refresher course i 
. especially designed 

for drivers age 
50 and ever. 



Thursday, March 30th & 

Friday March 31st 

9am-ipm 

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How do you like 
the new digs? 




Dan 

Patrick 



Unless 
you're a first 
time reader 
with our pub- 
lication, 
you're proba- 
bly noticing a 
few changes 
to the 
Lakeland 
Newspapers 
format. My 
only hope is ^^"~ ^^~ ~ 
that as you 

look at this, you're only think- 
ing that we've changed for the 
better. 

It's not often that a publica- 
tion undergoes such a com- 
plete makeover, but one of the 
most obvious changes is our 
new tabloid format. Fear not, 
"tabloid" does not mean I will 
be changing my focus from 
local schools battling for su- 
premacy to Batboy playing a 
game of hoops against the 
bearded lady. 

Instead, means that rather 
than hunting for the sports 
section buried somewhere in 
the County pages that fans 
can simply flip the A Section 
over and enjoy. 

There is a lot to be learned 
about this new format and in 
the coming weeks, hopefully 
you will all be as excited as I . 
am about the changes. As 
with any drastic makeover, 
there might be a few hiccups, 
but I hope that everyone con- 
tinues to read sports news 
that goes beyond the scores 
with Lakeland Newspapers. 



With Warren coming out 
the victor of their own sec- 
tional last week, I only see it 
as fitting that I name my All- 
IHSA Tournament team for 
this year. Covering the games 
over the past few weeks, I 
have definitely seen my fair 
share of heroism, (or in this 
case, heroine-ism?) but these 
girls have stood far and above 
as leaders. 

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 

Sarah Boothe 

Warren 

This was a surprisingly 
not a slam dunk choice like it 
should be because Boothe has 
not had the chance to truly 
shine in the tourney because 
of constant foul trouble that 
has kept her on the bench. 



However, despite playing less 
than two full quarters against 
Libertyville, she still man- 
aged double digit scoring (11) 
for her lowest output. 
Carol Kruckman 
Libertyville 

Kruckman served as a be- 
spectacled one-person wreck- 
ing crew throughout 
Libertyville's foray into the 
sectional semi-final. At the 
Prairie Ridge Regional cham- 
pionship, she led the way with 
16 points in a 38-37 nailbiter. 
Even in defeat, Kruckman 
was stellar, scoring 11 points 
and pulling down 15 boards 
against Warren. 
Sham S wager 
Mundelein 

Sometimes, you've just got 
to wait for your turn and 
Swager patiently waited for 
her chance to shine and came 
brilliantly. Swager almost sin- 
gle-handedly kept the 
Mustangs in contention with 
Warren in the regional final, 
scoring 18 of her team's 44 
points. 

Guiliana Lopez 
Warren 

This girl can dribble, score, 
defend and most of all, act as 
an anchor on the high-pow- 
ered Blue Devils squad. Did I 
mention defend, because 
Lopez has an uncanny knack 
for getting into opponents' 
heads with not only her game, 
but her world class trash-talk- 
ing mouth. 
Megan McCarthy 
Antioch" 

McCarthy didn't have the 
type of scoring output that 
some of the other All- 
Tourney members did, but 
the manner with which she . 
scored was stellar. McCarthy 
was instrumental in bringing 
the Sequoits back from a 12- 
point deficit, scoring the final 
five points in the regional 
semifinal, hitting a 3-pointer 
and two free throws in a 53-52 
win. 

TEAM AWARD 
Grant - Much-maligned past 
issues aside, the Bulldogs still 
had a great run as a team 
with Jamie Swanson, Ashley 
Arff, Kaela Munster, Trista 
Munster, Sonja Cellucci and 
others all coming up big at 
different times for the 
Bulldogs. 



Athletes of the Week 





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JAQUAN GLOVER 

Round Lake found itself in an un- 
usual position - in the winner's cir- 
cle of a IHSA Tournament game 
thanks to the stellar play of Panther 
junior swingman Jaquan Glover. 
Glover scored a game-high 24- 
polnts and pulled down 14 boards 
against Antioch in the regional play- 
in game last week. 



SARAH BOOTHE 



Even foul trouble and Warren's 
heartbreaking Super Sectional loss 
against Buffalo Grove can't keep 
Blue Devil center Sarah Boothe from 
shining. The 6-foot-4-inch center 
had a game-high 16 points and 
pulled down 12 rebounds, shooting 
50-percent from the field despite 
spending nearly half of the second 
quarter on the bench. 



RICKY MILLER 

Waukegan's formula for success in 
the Antioch Regional semifinal in- 
volved one simple ingredient, and it 
stands at 6-feet-6-lnches tall. After a 
pesky Round Lake squad stayed 
within six points in the second half, 
Miller's presence down low was too 
much to handle as he finished with 
22 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks 
in the game. 



Close quarters 




Annie Christie- KhrisUe@rmnewgroup.com 

Junior Julian Jones, Warren jumps up for the shot as Mundelein sophomore Anthony Giannaris, defends the hoop 
during the regional play at Mundelein High school. 



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at These Free Events! 

Call 847-360-4246 to register fir any oj the following 
free programs. Medical treatment is not provided. 



* Macular Degeneration 

IWsenied l*y Dr. Slew j Rringlass, independent, 
board-certified ophthalmologist. Learn about this 
sight-stealing diseiue and todays treatment options. 
Tuesday, March7*7 p.m. 
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• Weight Loss Surgery - 
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Presented by Drs. Liurence Gibson and Aaron 
Siegel, independent . baanl-certifted surgeons. Learn 
what our program offers and the pros and cons of ' 
aright loss surgery. 
Monday, March 13*7 p.m. 
at Victory Memorial Hospital 



• Diverticulitis - 

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ihrsentedby Dr. Uosep Deynnenjian, independent, 
board-ceriifiedgasiroenterologisi. Learn what can 
be done to lessen attach of diverticulitis. 
Monday, March 13* 7 p.m. 
at the Vista Surgery and Treatment Center 

• Caregivers Need Help, Too! » 

iWscuted by Etizttbeth Ti/tng. CJiaplain, Star 

Hospice of Vista Health, if you are caring for a 

lomlone at /tome, come Irani the imparlance of 

caring fir yourself 

Monday, March 27 • 7 p.m. 

at the Vista Surgery and Treatment Center 



Free Family Health Fair 

Saturday, March 18 •10 a.m. -2 p.m. 

Blood Pressure, Pros ate ^"^ Spflcta , Guests • 
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Same Day Surgery Conference Room 
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• Senior Trips 
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to register for any of the classes listed below. 
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on Spanish classes. 

• Prepared Childbirth 

In this diss, expectant parents learn about tlse 
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cbtsses are also available. Gill fir dales, times and 
cost, 'lb assure apbtce in diss, participants are 
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• Baby Care Basics 

information about caring fir your new baby- 
bathing, behavior, feeding, safely. Cost: Si 0. 
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how special it is to become an older brother or 
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fir feeding newborns, 
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March 3, 2006 

LAKELAND JOURNALS 
Section C 



Notice to readers 

Because of a production 
error by the printer, readers 
received an incorrect 
LakeLife section in the Feb. 
24 edition of Lakeland 
Newspapers. A computer 
error by the contracted 
printer mistakenly caused 
the previous week's section to 
be printed again. 

After the error was discov- 
ered, we posted the entire 
LakeLife section on our Web 
site, lakelandmedia.com. 
This section will remain on 
the Web site an additional 
week. 

Lakeland Newspapers will 
use the March 3 print edition 
to reprint all timely and per- 
tinent news that was sched- 
uled for the Feb. 24 issue. 

Wo apologize for the error 
and any inconvenience it 



This Weekend 

Corigliano Quartet 

8 p.m. Friday, March 3 
Tickets $15; Ravinia Festival's 
Rising Star. Tickets at 847-266- 
5100 



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MOVIES 

A different look at 
the best of 2005 





Women's suffrage in the 
U.S. was a century-long fight 



By TARA CLIFTON 

lclifton@nwnewsgroitp.com 

In 1917, Rose Winslow found 
herself imprisoned again. 

As part of the National 
Woman's Party, she had pick- 
eted as the lead demonstrator 
in front of the White House 
with hundreds of party mem- 
bers. Tjie women were pres- 
suring President Woodrow 
Wilson to give females the 
right to vote. 

Once in the District's jail 
and the Occoquan Workhouse, 
Winslow refused to eat and 
work to protest her arrest. 
These "hunger strikes" had be- 
come a common but powerful 
way that suffragettes fought 
for equal treatment. 

In response "to the strike, 
prison guards often force fed 



women who refused food. 
Winslow experienced this 
often, and in 1917 she endured 
it once more. 

Held down by several 
guards, a tube was shoved into 
Winslow's mouth, scraping its 
way down to her stomach. A 
liquid concoction was poured 
down the tube, filling 
Winslow's stomach against her 
will. 

Before women won the 
right to vote in 1920, thousands 
of women faced beatings, 
forced feedings, death threats, 
police retaliation and more. 

But the passage of the 19th 
Amendment made decades of 
struggle worth it. As voters go 
to the polls this month and res- 
idents celebrate Women's 
History Month, the past must 
not be forgotten. Below is a 



brief timeline of events in 
the battle for women's suf- 
frage. 

1776 

Abigail Adams asked 
her husband, John, in a 
letter to "remember the 
ladies" while he attended 
the Continental Congress 
in Philadelphia. At the 
end of the conference, the 
Declaration of 

Independence was fin- 
ished, and stated that 
"All men are created 
equal"— except women 
and blacks. 

1833 

Oberlin College be- 

See SUFFRAGE, page Cll 



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ON STAGE 



Movie Review 

Pam Singleton takes a different look at the best movies of 2006 
—(see Best on C8) 




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Friday, March 3, 2006 



Critic's Choice 



Marriott offers 
a sprightly 
'Thoroughly 
Modern Millie 5 



ByTOMWITOM 

Marriott Theatre's audi- 
ences have come to expect pro- 
ductions featuring solid acting, 
singing and dancing from 
mostly tricd-and-lriie musicals, 
and in "Thoroughly Modern 
Millie," the venue delivers ex- 
actly that. 

The musical comedy, a 
Broadway hit in 2002, is a deriv- 
ative based on a popular 1967 
film. 

Snappily directed by Marc 
Robin, "Millie" is from a book 
by Richard Morris and Dick 
Scanlan; it has new music by 
Jeanine Tosori and new lyrics 
by Dick Scanlan. "Forget About 
the Boy," "What Do ] Need with 
Love?" and the title song are 
among its familiar numbers. 

The time frame is 1922 and 
the place, New York City. It's 
the height of the Roaring 
Twenties, when women were 
entering the workforce and up- 
dating the rules of romantic 
engagement. A resolute young 
stenographer from Heartland 
America, Millie Dillmount (the 
superb Tari Kelly), has just ar- 
rived, ready to take the town by 
storm. Almost immediately a 
thief makes off with her purse 
and one of her shoos. 

But that's not enough to dis- 
suade her from pursuing her 
objective: to meet and marry a 
millionaire. 

A chance encounter with a 
seemingly poor but popular 
playboy, Jimmy Smith 
(Stephen Schellhardt), leads 
Millie to a rooming house for 
budding actresses. That place, 
and its eccentric proprietor, 
con artist Mrs. Moors (the mas- 
terfully comedic Rosalyn Rahn 
Kcrins), is the jumping-off 
point for the musical's silly, 



Thoroughly 
Modern Millie 



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lightweight - albeit amusing - 
storyline. 

Like Kelly and Schellhardt, 
the supporting cast holds their 
own as singers. Especially good 
are Joanna McKcnzie Miller as 
Miss Dorothy, Millie's new best 
friend; E. Fayc Butler as Muzzy 
Van Ilossmere, a celebrity and 
socialite of a certain age; and 
Brian Herriott, Millie's busi- 
ness-minded boss, Trevor 
Graydon. Herriott and 
McKcnzie bring down the 
house with "I'm Falling in Love 
with Someone." 

Comedy reaches a high 
pilch in scenes during which 
the shady board inghouse 
keeper coerces her two Chinese 
employees (played by Dawen 
Wang and Emir Yonzon) to 
carry out her scheme to kidnap 
certain vulnerable tenants. 
Their song, "Not for the Life of 
Me," is sung in their native 
tongue with English subtitles. 
Later, this is reversed, with 
English lyrics translated on 
overhead screens into 
Cantonese. 

Meanwhile, Catherine Lord 
chalks up high marks as the 
hard-driving, over-the-top of- 
fice manager, Miss Flannery. 

"Thoroughly Modern 

Millie" charms with its roman- 
tic songs, lively music, good-na- 
tured humor and well-executed 
dance numbers, from tap rou- 
tines to the era's hallmark, the 
Charleston. 




pltolo provided 



Tari Kelly stars as Millie in "Thoroughly Modern Millie" at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire. 




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Cast of Urinetowh the Musical 




Musical' begins 




at Mercury Theater 



"Urinetown the Musical", 
Broadway's Tony-Award win- 
ning musical hit, created by 
Chicago's own Mark Hollmann 
and Greg Kotis, will receive its 
first locally produced Chicago 
run this spring in an open 
ended engagement at 

Chicago's intimate Mercury 
Theatre, 3745 N. Southport, be- 
ginning March 15. 

Originally staged for the 
1999 N?w York Fringe Festival, 
"Urinetown the Musical", with 
its rich musical score, outra- 
geously funny characters and 
situation, and surprising lack 



of bathroom humor, quickly be- 
came the talk of the town. Set 
in a city so drought-stricken 
that the corrupt Urine Good 
Company can gouge the desper- . 
ate populace for the "privilege 
to pee," the musical is a satiri- 
cal tale of greed, corruption, 
romance and revolution; 

The performance schedule 
for "Urinetown" is Wednesdays 
and Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., 
Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 5 
and 8:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5 
p.m. 

For tickets, contact Mercury 
Theater at 773-325-1700. 



'Desperate Measures' 
offered at Apple Holler 



"Desperate Measures", a 
western musical loosely based 
in Shakespeare's Measure for 
Measure book, is being per- 
formed at Apple Holler, 5006 S. 
Sylvania Ave. in Syurtevant, 
Wis., through July 16. 

In this wacky wild west mu- 
sical comedy, a .hot-headed 
young cowboy named Johnny 
Blood is set to hang for a mur- 
der he was wrongly convicted 



of. Thin tale involves his sister, 
a novjcu nun, an evil governor, 
a crafty sheriff, a lusty saloon 
girl and a boozy agnostic 
priest. 

Lunch plus show is available 
Monday through Friday. 
Dinner plus show is available 
seven days a week. 
Reservations are required. 

Call 800-238-3629 for infor- 
mation. 



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Opera in Focus Repertoire 
will be presented every 
Wednesday, Thursday and 
Sunday at 1:30 p.m. through 
Dec. 23. Lavish in its staging 
and costuming, Opera in 
Focus magnificently presents 
operas and operettas with pup- 
pets moving to recorded 
music. The uniquely animated 
rod puppets, the only ones of 
their kind, are the wonderful 
invention of William B, Fosser 
and, for many, will bring back 
memories of the old 
Kungsholm Miniature Grand 
Opera. 

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Soloist 
Taylor's 
violin 
featured 



Lake Forest Symphony, 
Illinois Orchestra of the Year- 
Prolessional, Alan 

Heatherineton Music Director, 
will perform March 24 and 25 
at the James Lumher Center 
for the Performing Arts in 
Grayslakn on the College of 
Lake County campus, 
_ Violinist David Taylor will 
ho the featured soloist. 

The concert will begin at B 
p.m., with a free preconcert 
lecture by music researcher 
and composer Jim Kendros of- 
fered at 7 p.m. 

Lake Forest Symphony's 
program will include Voices of 
Spring by Strauss, Lalo's 
Symphonis Espagnole and 
Schumann's Symphony No. 1 
(Spring). Following each con- 
cert, there will be a free recep- 
tion for symphony patrons. 

Details will be provided in 
the concert program. 

Single tickets for the con- 
cert are $45, $40, $30 and $22 
with senior and student dis- 
counts available.Tickots may 
be purchased by calling the 
James Lumber Center box of- 
fice at 847-543-2300. For general 
information about the concert 
season, contact Lake Forest 
Symphony at 847-295-2135. 




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The Irish American Heritage Center in Chicago will host its St, Patrick's Day Festival on March 11 and St, Patrick's Day Party on March 17. Dancers will 
be part of the entertainment, 

IAHC plans two St. Pat's events 



The Irish American 
Heritage Center will host two 
St. Patrick's Day celebrations 
this March at the IAHC, all 
under one roof. 

On March 11, the IAHC will 
have its St. Patrick's Festival 
following the downtown 
Chicago St. Patrick's Day pa- 
rade. . 

The festivities last 1 p.m. 
and to midnight and include 
traditional and contemporary 
Irish music, dance, food and 
children's activities. 

This year the children's 



area will remain open until 8 
p.m. to accommodate families 
and there will be more activi- 
ties for kids. 

There will be live entertain- 
ment by Chicago Irish dance 
schools, such as by Trinity 
Irish Dancers and Rince Na 
Cant and live music with local 
Irish musicians, including 
Kennedy's Kitchen and Dyed 
in the Wool. 

The Shannon Rovers Irish 
Band will make its annual ap- 
pearance. There will be a spe- 
cial performance by balladeer 



Paddy Homan, direct from 
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adults, or $12 for advance pur- 
chase if purchased before 
March 9. 

Children 12 and younger 
are free with a paying adult. 
Only 3,000 tickets will be sold. 

On March 17 the IAHC will 
host its annual St. Patrick's 
Day party in the Center's Fifth 
Province Lounge. The event 
runs from 11 a.m. until 1 a.m. 
The day begins with Mass at 11 
a.m., and the pub opens at 
noon. 



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Irish music and food. Live en- 
tertainment includes The 
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Stedman Band, Tony 
Leonard's Band and direct 
from Ireland, Tim O'Shea and 
Jonathan Roche. The cost is 
$10. 

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events, call (773) 282-7035, Ext. 
10. 

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The Barrington Chapter of 
Lyric Opera of Chicago 
(BCLOC) invites members and 
guests to enjoy brunch of 
Inverness Golf Club followed 
by the da Corneto Soloists. 
Toni Savadel from 

Carpentersville, will welcome 
guests at 1 p.m. on Sunday, 
March 12, at Inverness Golf 
Club, 120 Roselle Rd. in 
Palatine. 

The Chicago Arts Scene has 
spawned many companies that 
started small and bloomed to 
greatness. One such example is 
da Corneto Opera which pres- 
ents bel canto rarities and 
local premieres. 

Soprano Rose Guccione and 
Baritone Tom Hall accompa- 




nied by pi- 
a n i s t 
A n a t o li y 
Torch inskiy 
will perform 
selections 
fro m 
Car m e n , 
A n d r e a 
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Nozze di 
Figaro, 
Aida, Tosca 
and Manon 
Lescaut. 

Cost is $45 for members, $55 
Tor guests. Send checks payable 
to BCLOC by March 8 to 
Margit Vogel, 380 Oak Mill Rd., 
Barrington 60010. Inquiries, 
call 8'17-304-0'122. 



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Batiashvili will make 
her debut in March 

Violinist adds to Chicago orchestra 



On March 30 and April 1, 
conductor Charles Dutoit is 
joined by violinist Lisa 
Batiashvili for his second 
week of subscription concerts 
with the Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra this season. 

They will be leading the en- 
semble in Sibelius' spectacular 
and haunting Violin Concerto 
and Shostakovich's noble and 
ironic Symphony No. 15. These 
performances mark 

BatiashvhTs Orchestra Hall 



debut. 

Still in her mid-20s, the 
Georgian-born violinist Lisa 
Batiashvili has already made a 
strong impression on the inter- 
national music scene, with 
successes throughout Europe 
and North America. 

Show times are 8 p.m. with 
pre-concert conversation at 7 
p.m. Tickets are $29 to $119. 
They can be purchased by call- 
ing PhoneCharge at (312) 294- 
3000 or 1-800-223-7114. 



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ages audiences to experience and support new talent while presenting musicians with the chance to perform 
before perceptive audiences in an intimate setting. 

See young Stars 
shine at Ravinia 

Musicians refine performing skills in concert 



The Corigliano Quartet 
make their debut in Ravinia 
Festival's Rising Stars series B 
p.m. March 3. The quartet in- 
cludes violinists Michael 
Jinsoo Lim and Lina Bahn, vi- 
olist Melia Watras and cellist 
Amy Sue Barston. 

The festival is dedicated to 
developing the full potential of 
emerging artists, beginning 
with their participation in the 
Steans Institute for Young 
Artists, performances on the 
Rising Stars series and, ulti- 
mately, their Chicago 



Symphony Orchestra debut on 
the pavilion stage. 
Following The Corigliano 
Quartet are Musicians from 
Ravinia's Steans Institute for 
Young Artists, featuring vio- 
linist and chairman of the 
Steans faculty Miriam Fried, 
violinist Linus Roth, violist 
David Kim, cellist Julia 
Bruskin and pianist Matan 
Porat, on March 31; and violin- 
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7. 

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Piano Series includes 



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Hypnotist Jim Wand 
to perform at CLC 



Hypnotist Jim Wand will 
perform at the College or Lake 
County at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, 
March 7. Wand has been in- 
volved in hypnosis for 20 years 
and is a popular act on both 
the college circuit and in Las 
Vegas. He has performed at 
CLC in the past and has 
worked with such popular en- 
tertainers as jay Leno, Chris 
Rock, Carrot Top, Larry the 
Cable Guy, Jeff Probst (the 
host of "Survivor"), Sylvester 
Stallone, George Strait and 
TheJudds. 

Wand holds a Ph.D. in the 
field of psychology and is con- 
sidered to be one of the most 
professional hypnotic enter- 
tainers in the world today, lie 
has appeared on numerous TV 
programs, including a na- 
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"WOW Phe Sally Show," 

"The Judge Joe Brown Show," 
the Discovery Channel, 
Comedy, Wand produces a hyp- 




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are $11 for 
the general public and $B for 
CLC students and members of 
the Alumni Association. 
Wand's performance will be in 
the Mainstage Theatre of the 
James Lumber Center for the 
Performing Arts at CLC, lo- 
cated at 19351 W. Washington 
St. in Grayslake. Tickets arc 
available at the CLC Box Office 
in the James Lumber Center 
for the Performing Arts, or by 
calling tH7-5'13-2300. Tickets 
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Friday, March 3,2006 



A different look 
at the best of 2005 



By PAM SINGLETON 

The annual California gold 
rush will undoubtedly lay 
claim to the host ratings on 
television Sunday night, 
March 5th. Oscar, the golden 
statuette and symbol of the 
Academy Awards, will bo 
clutched and held high in 
many hands, as actors and di- 
rectors set in motion plans to 
mine their newly rewarded 
stakes to fame. 

It was a pretty good year 
for moviegoers. 
From my seat 
on the aisle I 
was enter- 
tained, in- 
formed 
and 
some- 
times ap- 
palled by 
reflec- 
tions of 
our 
human 
behav- 
ior. 

Clearly, one film stands out 
as a masterpiece of story- 
telling and brilliant ensemble 
acting that resonates with me 
nearly everyday as I watch 
the news or read the paper. 
The film is "Crash," the best 
picture of 2005. This story's 
volatile, razor-sharp expres- 
sion of fear tears at our socie- 
tal fabric and reveals the un- 
raveling of our prejudices, 
real and imagined. No other 
recent movie has so convinc- 
ingly captured the experience 
that is the United States of 
America. There's some char- 
acter, emo- 




ation portrayed on that 

screen with which 

each of us can iden- 
tify. 

My other fa- 
vorite films from 

2005 1*11 share with 

you in random 

order. Some 

are clearly 

standouts 

for their 

originality 

of point of 

view and 

others are 

definitive as 

a "best of 

type." 

"Good ' 
Night, and 
Good Luck" 
is the best 
cautionary tale of what can 
happen when citizens fall 
asleep and allow their lib- 
erties to be taken away 
under the guise of patri- 
otism. "Syriana," 
through its labyrinthine 
plotzcthat no one is ex- 
pected to completely 
followcebest re- 
flects this 
country's for- 
eign pol- 
icy. ..or lack 
thereof. 
"Munich," 
which begins 
with the mur- 
ders of 11 
Israeli ath- 
letes at the 
1972 





Olympics, best frames out- 
minds to calculate how the 
world got to the collapse of . 
the World Trade Center on 
September 1 1 , 2001 . So much 
for the geo-political realm. 
"Hrokcback Mountain," a 
wonderful, revelatory 
love story that might 
take some attitudes 
from "don't ask, 
don't toll" to "a 
change of hearts 
and minds." 
"Juncbug," a de- 
lightfully quirky and 
honest attemptrto 
reach out to those 
close to us. 
"The Best or Youth." 
The best six hours 
I've spent at the 
movies. Rent it on 
DVD and take your time to 
savor this Italian epic. 

"Harry Potter and the 
Goblet of Fire"aj an amazing 
ongoing series of films, and 
the best use of bright, young 
talent. 

"King Kong." The most fun 
1 had at the movies last year. 
Sure to be a DVD hit. 
Power up the surround 
sound at home and watch 
out for that raptor! 
"Diary of a Mad Black 
Woman" was my guilty 
pleasure in 2005. We've all 
got a Madea in the family; 
someone who takes charge 
and tells it like it is, 
whether we want to hear it 
or not. Come on, you know 
you do. 

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at your corner 
video store 
can be found 
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average of six new reviews a 
week as well as recent re- 
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stars Bruce Willis as Jack 
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tective assigned to - escort a 
petty criminal (Mos Def) from 
the precinct ', to the court- 
house. The seemingly simple 
16-block journey becomes a 
test of character for them 
when Jack's ex-partners at- 
tempt to stop them. The story 
of how two men change each 
other during a tense 118- 
minute struggle between life 
and death. (PG-13) 

BLOCK PARTY: "Dave 
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a Brooklyn neighborhood 
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shot on location. In addition 
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West, Mos Def (also in this 
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Kweli, Common, Dead Prez, 
Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, the 
Roots, Cody Chestnutt, Big 
Daddy Kane, and - reunited 
for their first performance in 
over seven years - the Fugees. 
This movie about hip-hop is 
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the business. Even. his 
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— MOVIES — 

3rd Annual Lake 
County Film Festival 



Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page C9 



By GEORGE AND PAM SINGLETON 

The Lake County Film Festival 
was founded to provide promising in- 
dependent film talent the opportunity 
to find a wider audience. Nat 
Dykeman, owner of Dog Ear Music & 
Movies, saw how hungry customers 
were for great independent cinema. 
Despite Lake County's size of over 
750,000 residents, there are few movie 
screens reserved for non-block- 
busters. Movie lovers of all ages and 
walks of life come to Dog Ear at 117 
West Rockland Road in Libertyville 
looking for something they cannot 
find at the local cineplexes. In 2004, 
Nat decided to change that and the 
Lake County Film Festival was born. 

This year the selection of films 
has grown such that they span five 
days, showing 19 feature length films 
and 59 short films in five venues: The 
Liberty Theater, Highland Park 
Theater, Regal Cinema in 
Lincolnshire, the Libertyville Civic 
Center and the CLC Auditorium. 

Some of the films to consider are 
listed below. One thing each film has 
in common other than being 30 min- 
uted or less is that they are quirky. No 
Hollywood formula stuff here yet 
none are in the far out geeky category 
To our surprise, we. liked each film 
that we picked up to screen at ran- 
dom. 

"21 Carbs": 21 grams are how 
many carbs are in the small bag of po- 
tato chips that ruins Shelly's diet. A 
spoof of both of Alejandro Gonzalez 
Inarritu's films, "21 Grams" and 
"Amores Perrbs" (Inarritu's short 
film, "Mexico" was shown at the 1st 
Lake County Film Festival), 21 Carbs 
is both funny and thoughtful. 

"The Appropriately. False 
Portrayal of the Dr. Steven Acker man 
Affair": A preposterously long title 



for such a short film, but fortunately, 
it's funny enough for a title twice as 
long. We can tell you that Dr. 
Ackerman was killed, but was it his 
adulterous lover, his jealous biogra- 
pher or his lover's husband? Are any 
of these people even competent 
enough to commit murder? 

"Arc" by Steve Gelder : The DVD " 
cover said, "It's like SIDEWAYS.-.with 
Beer!", and it's an apt description. At 
30 minutes, this film works best like 
wine, when it breathes. Arc is quirky, 
funny, and disarms you before turn- 
ing into a sweet fable" about love, loss, 
insanity and the need to communi- 
cate. And beer. Arc has screened in 
over 20 festivals worldwide, and won 
10 awards. . 

"I Killed Zoe Day": Wyatt and Billy 
wake up after a wild night out and 
they can't remember anything! When 
they discover pop star Zoe Day shot 
dead in a pool of blood in the next 
room, they must begin to reconstruct 
their vague fragmented memories of 
what really happened last night to re- 
alize the truth: who really did kill Zoe 
Day? 

"Smartcard": Smart Card is a tale 
of a Utopian future where every as- 
pect of your life is integrated into one. 
system. Convenience and simplicity 
is the product and Smart Corporation 
does the packaging. Robert has been 
living this care free life and every- 
thing is perfect, until he encounters a 
philosophical vagrant at a local fuel- 
ing station who steals the one item 
you can not do without: the "SMART 
CARD." 

For advance tickets, please stop by 
Dog Ear Music & Movies, or you may 
purchase your tickets by calling them 
at 847.362.5666 or via email at 
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Cooking by the Book 

Potato-leek tart 



one of many 




ByTOMWlTOM 

"Fluids of Plenty: A Farmer's 
Journey in Search of Real Food 
and the People Who Grow It" 
(Chronicle) is a lively memoir 
written by Michael Ableman, who 
lives and farms on Salt Spring 
Island in British Columbia with 
his wife and two sons. 

Abulman, rounder of an edu- 
cation center and working organic 
farm in central California, jour- 
neyed across the United States 



(including stops in Illinois) with 
his eldest son Aaron, seeking out 
the personal stories of like- 
minded farmers and food arti- 
sans. The resulting book is a treas- 
ure trove of both narrative and 
recipes, 

"Rustic Potato and LcckTart" 
is a wonderful example of the de- 
lightful recipes Abelman has un- 
covered. 'Hie detailed, stcp-by- 
step instructions make creating 
such a dish a snap. 



Corned Beef Reuben Dip 

Total preparation and cooking time: 19 to 22 minutes 

6 ounces cooked corned beef brisket or deli corned beef, 

finely chopped (about 1-1/3 cups) 

3/4 cup drained sauerkraut with caraway seeds 

3/4, cup mayonnaise 

1/3 cup plus 2 tablespoons shredded Swiss cheese, divided 

1/3 cup prepared Thousand Island dressing 

2 tablespoons prepared horseradish 

1/8 teaspoon ground red pepper 

Chopped green onions or fresh parsley (optional) 

Pita chips, whole-grain crackers, rye crackers or 

rye cocktail bread 

L Heat oven to 425°F. Combine corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, mayon- 
naise, 1/3 cup cheese, dressing, horseradish and red pepper in small bowl. 
Spread evenly into 9-inch pie plate. Sprinkle with remaining 2 tablespoons 
cheese. - 

1 Bake 9 to 12 minutes or until heated through and bubbly. Garnish with 
green onions, if desired. Serve with pita chips, crackers or cocktail bread. 

Makes 20 appetizer servings (about 2 tablespoons each) 



Cook's Tip: Dip may be prepared 
up to 24 hours in advance; do not 
bake. Cover and refrigerate until 
ready to use. Bake, uncovered, in 
425°F oven 15 to 16 minutes or 
until heated through and bubbly. 

Reduced-Fat Variation: Prepare 
recipe as above, substituting re- 
duced-fat mayonnaise, Swiss 
cheese and Thousand Island 
dressing. 




Savory Tart Dough 

1 one-quarter cups all-purpose 
flour 

One-half tsp. sugar 

One-half tsp. kosher salt 

One-half cup cold unsatted butter, 
cut into small pieces 

About one-quarter cup ice water 

1 lb. leeks 
lTbl. olive oil 

2 one-half Tbl. unsalted butter 

Kosher salt to taste 

One-third lb. small, yellow pota- 
toes, such as Yellow Finn or Yukon 
Gold, cut into very thin, round slices 

Freshly cracked black pepper to 
taste 
2 oz. fresh goat cheese, chilled 
1 egg, beaten 
1 Tbl. thinly sliced fresh chives 

To make the savory tart dough: 
Combine the flour, sugar and salt in a 
large bowl. Add half of the butter. 
Using your hands, gently toss the 
butter around to coat each piece 
with the flour mixture - this helps 
the butter to cut in evenly. Using a 
pastry cutter or 2 knives, cut the but- 
ter into the flour mixture until it is 
the texture of coarse oatmeal. Add 
the remaining butter, gently toss 
again to coat each piece with the 
flour mixture and quickly cut again 
until the larger pieces are about the 
size of lima beans. 



Rustic Potato and Leek Tart 

Sprinkle the ice water into the bowl 
in 2 or 3 additions, using your hands 
to lightly toss the mixture between 
your fingers and moisten it evenly. 
Stop adding water when the dough 
looks raggedy and rough but holds 
together when you gently squeeze a 
small amount in the palm of your 
hand. Form the dough into a bail - be 
careful not to knead it, just squeeze 
it gently into one solid mass. Wrap 
the dough ball tightly in plastic and 
press it into a flat disk. Refrigerate 
for several hours to relax the gluten 
and chill before using. 

Position a rack in the lower third of 
the oven and, if available, place a 
pizza stone on top. Preheat the oven 
to 400 degrees F. 

On a lightly floured work surface, 
roll out the tart dough into a 14-Inch 
circle. Brush off any excess flour on 
both sides with a dry pastry brush. 
Translate the dough to a baking 
sheet lined with parchment paper 
and refrigerate while you cook the 
leeks. 

To prepare the leeks: Trim the 
tough, dark green tops and peel off 
an outer layer or two. Halve the leeks 
lengthwise and then cut each leek 
crosswise into thin half-moon slices. 
Wash the leeks in a large basin of 
cold water, agitating to remove all of 
the dirt. When the dirt has settled, 
scoop the leeks out of the water with 
a strainer. (It's not necessary for the 



leeks to drain thoroughly - the water 
helps prevent the leeks from drying 
out when sauteed.) 

Heat a medium saute pan over 
medium heat and add the olive oil 
and 1 tablespoon of the butter. When 
the butter has melted, add the leeks • 
and a generous pinch of salt and 
saute until the leeks are tender, 
about 8 minutes. (Add a splash of 
water if the pan goes dry before the 
leeks are done.) Remove from the 
heat and let cool. 

In a small saucepan, melt the re- 
maining one and one-half table- 
spoons of butter and set aside. 
Remove the dough round from the 
refrigerator and spread the leeks 
evenly over the dough, leaving a one 
and one-half inch border. Place the 
potato slices on top of the leeks, 
overlapping them here and there.. 
Season the potatoes evenly with salt 
and a few twists of pepper. Drizzle 
the melted butter over the potatoes 
and crumble the goat cheese on top. 
Fold the exposed border over the po- 
tatoes, making pleats about every 3 
inches, and lightly brush the dough 
with the egg. 

Bake for 15 minutes. Rotate the tart 
and bake for about 15 more minutes, 
until the crust is golden. Transfer to a 
wire rack. Let the tart cool for a few 
minutes, then sprinkle the chives on 
top. Serve warm or at room tempera- 
ture. 







Corned Beef & Roasted Vegetable Salad 
With Lemon-Dill Dressing 

Total preparation and cooking time: 20 minutes 

12 ounces reserved cooked corned beef brisket, 

coarsely chopped 

5 cups thinly sliced savoy or green cabbage 

(about 1 pound) 

5 cups mixed salad greens (about 3-1/2 ounces) 

3/4 cup reserved roasted carrots 

3/4 cup reserved roasted parsnips 
- 1/2 cup toasted chopped walnuts 



Lemon-Dill Dressing: 

1/2 cup reserved Lemon-Mustard Sauce 

1 tablespoon sherry vinegar or white wine vinegar 

Salt and pepper 

L Whisk Lemon-Dill Dressing ingredients in small bowl. 
Set aside. 

2, Combine corned beef, cabbage, salad greens, car- 
rots, parsnips and walnuts in large bowl. Add Lemon-Dill 
Dressing; toss to coat evenly. Season with salt and pep- 
per, as desired. 
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Women 
picketed 
White House 

• SUFFRAGE 

Continued from CI 



came the first co-educational 
college in the U.S. In 1841 the 
first academic degrees were 
awarded to three Oberlin 
women graduates. 

1848 

In Seneca Falls,. N.Y., the 
first women's rights convention 
was held. This marked the start 
of the women's movement with 
the "Declaration of Sentiment 
and Resolutions" which sets an 
action plan towards equal treat- 
ment of women. 

1866 

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and 
Susan B. Anthony formed the 
American Equal Rights 
Association. The group pledged 
to gain universal suffrage, and 
was open to black and white 
women. 

1872 

Susan B. Anthony was ar- 
rested and brought to trial in 
Rochester, N.Y., after she was 
caught attempting to vote for 
Ulysses S. Grant. At the same 
time, Sojourner Truth de- 
manded a ballot at a polling 
booth in Battle Creek, Mich., 



and was turned away 

1878 

The Woman Suffrage 
Amendment was introduced in 
the U.S. Congress. 

1893 

Colorado became the first 
state to adopt a state amend- 
ment enfranchising women. 

1912 

Tiieodore Roosevelt's 

Progressive (Bull 

Moose/ Republican) party be- 
came the first national political 
party to adopt a woman suf- 
frage platform. 

1913 

Alice Paul and Lucy Burns 
organized the Congressional 
Union, later known as the 
National Woman's Party. 
Members of the party engaged 
in radical tactics borrowed 
from a militant women's organ- 
ization in England. Woman's 
Party members engaged in 
hunger strikes, picketed the 
White House and participated 
in other forms of civil disobedi- 
ence. 

1916 

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Regional 



Party Lines 

The campaign between 8th 
District Republican Congressional 
candidates David McSweeney, of 
Barrington Township, and Kathy 
Salvi, of Fremont Township, con- 
tinues to get nasty 

Page D5 



Healthwatch 

Pregnancy and childbearing can 
seem exhausting enough for a 
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Subinillcd photo 

Coming Full Circle 

Sherry Doyle and her sister Randi 
Grossman have seen a lot of 
things come and go in Round Lake 
since they moved there as small 
children from Chicago. 

Their mother, Marcine 
Pennington, worked at the old 
Round Lake Journal for almost six 
years back in the 1950s. Doyle and 
Grossman are both in their 50s 
now and admit they are both a lit- 
tle fuzzy on what their mother ex- 
actly did in the old downtown 
newspaper office. 

Page D2 




Annie Clirislic • achrislie'ii nwncwsgioup.com 

Katie Strawder an election judge gives Former Waukegan Mayor Bill Durkin a I Voted Today sticker after he cast his early vote for the 
March 21 general primary elections at the Lake County Building in Waukegan. Bill was the fourth vote in the new early voting system. 
Early voting is available until March 16. Information regarding polling places can be found at www.co.lake.il.us. 

Early voting off to good 
start in Lake County 



By HELEN MANSFIELD 

news@nwnewsgroup.com 

Are you the kind of voter who likes 
to do their civic duty, but hates to wait- 
ing in long lines come Election Day? 
Well then the Lake County Clerk's 
Office has good news for you. 

Registered Lake County voters are 
now able to cast their vote early for the 
general primary election on March 21. 

Voters were able to start voting as of 
Monday and though some neighboring 
counties are reporting low turn out, 
Lake County Clerk Willard Helander 
said she is pleased with the 200-plus 
folks who came out on Monday. 

"It's a brand new program," 
Helandersaid of early voting. 

Cook County, which has millions of 
voters in Chicago alone, had a little 
more than 400 people vote on Monday. 



Helander said with approximately 
367,000-registered voters in Lake 
County, 213 voters aren't too bad. 

"I think people responded pretty 
well," she said. 

Helander said once someone comes 
in to early vote, then are then marked 
as having voted. This prevents them 
from mailing in an absentee ballot or 
coming in to vote on March 21. 

"This provides accuracy and in- 
tegrity to voters," she said of the 
process. 

Though it's not a presidential elec- 
tion year, Helander said she both politi- 
cal parties will work to get the voters 
out with early voting. She said she can 
actually see a point where people will 
be "mobilized" by voting in mobile 
polling places that can drive through 
districts. 

"I think (early voting) will become 



an effective tool to leverage votes, espe- 
cially for the 8th Congressional District 
race in the fall," she said. 

Early voting for the March 21 gen- 
eral primary will be available in 16 
townships, six municipal offices and, of 
course, the Lake County Clerk's Office 
until Thursday, March 16. 

Kathleen Smith, Antioch Township 
Clerk said turn out was a little slow on 
Monday, with only nine registered vot- 
ers coming in. 

"It's all new, so we d didn't know 
what to expect," Smith said. 

Smith has been township clerk since 
1997 and said that so far the early voter 
numbers are probably equal to those 
they would see in absentee voting. 

She adds early voting has been con- 
venient for Avon Township residents. 

See EARLY VOTING, page D6 



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Sherry Doyle (right), and 

her sister Randi Grossman 

(second from right) stand 

with Norbcrt Locke, (third 

from right) - known as 

Uncle Ned - when he came 

to their Round Lake 

Consolidated school in 

1959 to entertain the 

students. 

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Sherry Doyle and her sister 
Randi Grossman have seen a lot 
of things come and go in Round 
Lake since they moved there as 
small children from Chicago. 
■ Their mother, Marcine Pen- 
nington, worked at the old 
Round Lake Journal for almost 
six years back in the 1950s. 
Doyle and Grossman are both 
in their 50s now and admit they 
are both a little fuzzy on what 
their mother exactly did in the 
old downtown newspaper of- 
fice. 

Grossman thinks her 
mother was in advertising 
sales. Doyle thinks Pennington 
used to setting copy into type 
and general office work. 

Either way, it is because of 
Pennington that the two young 
girls are featured in the accom- 
panying photo with a Chica- 
goland legend, Uncle Ned. 

Most folks remember the 
late Norbcrt Locke as Ring- 
master Ned from the old Bozo's 
Circus Show on WGN Channel 
9 in Chicago from 1961-75. Prior 
to that, Locke and a man named 
"Uncle Bucky" hosted "Noon- 
time Comics." 

Both Uncles Bucky and Ned 
came to Round Lake Consol- 
idated School back in 1958 to en- 
tertain the students, The pair 
had been featured on the cover 
of the Round Lake Journal the 
week of the event, so in the in- 
terest of cross-promotion, the 
two were photographed holding 
copies of the Round Lake 
Journal. 

Grossman was 6 years old 
and Doyle was 9 years old when 
the photo was taken. Today, the 
two are both employed by the 
new Lakeland Journals. 

She has been at Lakeland for 
almost two years as a sales as- 
sistant, and her sister Doyle 
will have been in advertising 
sales for 26 years this month. 

"It was a small publication," 
Grossman said of the old Round 
Lake Journal. 

Started in 1938, the Round 



44 

. It was so long ago; it's 

come full-circle. There 

was a Round Lake Journal 

then and there will 

be again. 

Sherry Doyle 

Works in advertising at 
Lakeland Journals 

&@ 

Lake Journal was operated by 
Signey"Sig"West. 

At the time, Grossman said 
it was one of the only newspa- 
pers around. 

Doyle said the new incarna- 
tion of the Round Lake Journal 
is similar to that of the first 
one. 

"It was so long ago; it's come 
full-circle," she said. 

"There was a Round Lake 
Journal then and there will be 
again." 

Doyle said her mother 
worked for West for five or six 
years at the Journal before it 
sort of "went away" as West 
pursued other business ven- 
tures. 

"It brings back a lot of old- 
time memories and it brings 
my Mom back," Grossman said 
of the old photo. 

Pennington died 10 years 
ago. 

Grossman said she never sat 
in the audience for Bozo's 
Circus or even competed in the 
Grand Prize Game portion of 
the show, but as a member of 
the Round Lake High School 
drill team, she and other mem- 
bers of the R-Lettes performed 
for the WGN audience. 

The photo "brings back good 
memories. We were a close fam- 
ily, and I get a lot of warm mem- 
ories," Doyle said. "Everything 
comes full-circle again." 



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ByJEFFGARD 

|gard@nwnewsgroup,com 

A Fox Waterway Agency 
public hearing Feb, 23 pitted 
boaters against homeowners 
over whether the agency 
should create a no-anchor area 
on a portion of Columbia Bay 
on the northeast side of Fox 
Lake. 

More than 200 people 
crammed into the McHenry 
Municipal Center to hear at- 
torney Don Hemmesch Jr. 
present a petition signed by 25 
members of the Buena Park, 
and Sunset Park Homeowners 
Associations. 

According to' the petition, 
the homeowners want the 
agency to create a no-anchor 
area within 225 feet of the 
1,350-foot-long shoreline west 
of West Sunset Lane and 
Buena Avenue. 

"You can't legislate good 
conduct," he said, "but good 
fences make good neighbors." 

Hemmesch and other home- 



Boater worries 

David Vogeler said this yacht club 
was against the proposal for a no- 
anchor area for fear that more 
homeowners would want the 
shoreline restricted to boats. 

owners described problems 
with boaters who block home- 
owners* piers, trespass, and 
use lawns as bathrooms for 
their dogs. 

Agency Chairman Howard 
"Bud" Scott said the board of 
directors would not make a de- 
cision on the petition until the 
March 9 meeting. 

Scott said boaters and 
homeowners should reach a 
compromise that was accept- 
able to both. 

"We need to respect a per- 
son's right to use the Chain," 
Scott said, "but I don't want a 
person's right to use the Chain 
to restrict my privileges." 

The agency received dozens 
of letters and e-mails support- 



ing and opposing the no-an- 
chor area. 

Fleet 17 Commodore David 
Vogeler said the yacht club op- 
posed creating a no-anchor 
area in Columbia Bay because 
it would set a precedent. 

"It. will open up the flood- 
gates for every homeowners as- 
sociation to request the same 
thing," he said. "There are sec- 
tions of the river where if you 
requested restrictions within 
225 feet from the shore, we 
wouldn't have room to go down 
the middle." 

Many, boaters complained 
that homeowners should take 
pictures of the offenders and 
call the Lake County Sheriff to 
enforce trespassing laws. 

Steve Nelson, a Sunset Park 
homeowner with 450 feet of 
lakefront property, said he 
tried that last summer and had 
at least eight angry boaters 
chase him off his own pier. 

"It's awful [expletive] hard 
to call the sheriff when you're 
running for your life," he said. 



The annual home show at 
the Lake County Fairgrounds 
in Grayslake is going to be at its 
usual location, but the event 
will be under a new production 
company. The show is sched- 
uled for Saturday and Sunday, 
March 4-5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
at the commercial building of 
the Lake County Fairgrounds. 

According to Peggy Ruh, as- 
sociate producer of Full House 
Productions, the former pro- 
ducer of the home show opted 
out of the show this' year, so 
now Full House has taken the 
event over. 

"But we are really looking 
forward to it," Ruh said of the 
show. 

Full House Productions has 
been hosting home shows for al- 
most 20 years and though this is 
their first venture in Grayslake, 
they have approximately 80 ven- 
dor's set up for the show. 

She hopes that homeowners 
and commercial property own- 
ers will see hundreds of ideas 
for various improvements. 

"We'll have everything from 
pools, spas and roofs," Ruh said. 

They'll see the latest in 
home remodeling and repair 
products and services. 

Homeowners and commer- 
cial property owners having 
plans for improvements, or 
needing to schedule repair proj- 
ects, will see hundreds of new 
ideas. 



What it means 



For attendance information, visit 
the web at www.ChicagoHome- 
Shows.net. Those wishing to exhibit 
at The Home Show should call (630) 
551-9191 for availability. 

Exhibitors will present an 
assortment of the latest serv- 
ices and products including: en- 
ergy efficient replacement win- 
dows and doors, the latest in 
vinyl siding products, high-effi- 
ciency furnaces and air condi- 
tioners, landscaping water fea- 
tures, decorative concrete, 
pavers and retaining walls, all 
types of flooring, custom decks, 
designer kitchens and baths, 
patio rooms, marble and gran- 
ite, awnings, security systems, 
waterproofing, new roofing 
products, custom decorating 
and painting, window treat- 
ments, mortgage and equity 
loans, the latest in cookware 
and much more. 

Admission and parking is 
free. The Lake County Fair- 
grounds is located just south of 
the College of Lake County and 
north of Belvidore Rd, (Rt. 120) 
on Lake St. (Rt 45) in Grayslake. 

For attendance information, 
visit the web at www.Chica- 
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Our View 



Early voting 
ends excuse 



With voters lukewarm about 
going to the polls, states and 
the feds are trooping out new 
ideas to increase voting traffic. 

This is the first election in 
which Illinois will offer "early 
voting," an option available in 
30 states to improve voter 
turnout. Early voting began 
this week; the primary is 
March 21. 

Registered voters can use 
early ballots through March 16 
at 22 locations throughout Lake 
County. Hours vary at the 
early-voting stations, but the 
offices are open every day. Most 
townships even offer Saturday 
hours for convenience. 

Unlike absentee voting, resi- 
dents do not need a reason for 
early voting. All they need is to 
be a registered voter and have a 
government photo ID, such as a 
driver's license. Voting must be 
done in person. 

Primaries are notorious for 
low voting numbers. 

Primaries are disappointing 
civic acts, with participation 
usually less than 30 percent. 
Early voting might help im- 
prove the numbers. 

This is something new to 
Illinois, and it will take some 
getting used to by voters, 
county clerk's offices, candi- 
dates and political parties. 

It has the potential for to 
change election dynamics, es- 



pecially in close races with 
candidates who have strong 
grass-roots organizations, Now, 
not only will they plant cam- 
paign signs, work the tele- 
phone lines and go door to 
door, they have a tool that 
opens a whole new world. Find 
and win over early voters. 

People say they are too busy 
to vote, and Tuesdays might 
not fit in their schedules. That 
is not reason enough to get an 
absentee ballot. In 2002, about a 
quarter of people used the 
booked-schedule excuse, ac- 
cording to the U.S. Census 
Bureau. Early voting is excuse- 
free. 

But voters still have to be in- 
terested enough to bother. 
Busyness is one reason in the 
way of learning about the is- 
sues or voting. 

But a bigger reason likely is 
plain apathy Why bother? 
Voters need to read newspa- 
pers, watch political programs 
or check Web sites. Too much 
of a hassle. 

That's sad commentary for 
one of the most important 
rights of citizenship. 

Many people crave conven- 
ience. Early voting is made just 
for them. 

For information for Lake 
County residents, visit the 
county clerk's website at 
www.co.lake.U.uscntyclk. 



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New Lakeland Journals bring 
fresh approach to local news 



Welcome to the new 
Lakeland Journals! 

During the past 12 weeks, 
your local newspaper has been 
working feverishly behind the 
scenes to plan numerous up- 
grades and improvements to 
your local newspaper. 

First off, we've changed our 
name to Journals to reflect the 
unity of our 12 local newspa- 
pers. This wasn't an easy deci- 
sion, as many of our readers 
have grown up with the Anti* 
och News, Grayslake Times 
and Wauconda Leader for 
more than 100 years, not to 
mention other Lakeland pa- 
pers that have been around for 
decades. But after many dis- 
cussions, we decided that our 
newspapers serve the commu- 
nity better with a strong, uni- 
fied voice that a single 
Journal name can bring. 

The other big change 
you've probably already no- 
ticed is the size of the paper 
we print on. Industry research 
and reader trends overwhelm- 
ing show a preference toward 
the easy-to-read tabloid size. 

A complete re-design Of the 




Bob 
Schroeder 



product has 
been imple- 
mented. 
New fonts, 
fresh new 
styles, and 
new fea- 
tures added 
to help 
readers 
enjoy the 
paper every 
~ ' week. 
Other notable improve- 
ments include adding staff to 
our reporting team, more 
local stories and photos from 
your community, a monthly 
food magazine, Relish, and a 
weekly, people-focused publi- 
cation, American Profile. 

Today's date has been cir- 
cled on every calendar at the 
Lakeland Media building for 
months. There is definitely a 
sense of accomplishment here 
- as well as a sense of relief in 
completing this project. Bot- 
tom line is that we've made all 
these changes to bring our 
readers the best local.newspa- 
per around. We think we've 
done just that. 



We would like to hear what 
you think about the improve- 
ments. Please feel free to email 
me at bschroeder@nwnews- 
group.com or our Executive 
Editor Lany Lough at 
Uough@nwnewsgroup.com. 

Another football 
player in the mix 

Congratulations are in 
order for an old Carmel High 
School and Purdue friend of 
mine, Jeff Zgonina, who is 
currently enjoying the off-sea- 
son from the Miami Dolphins 
in southern Florida. Jeff and 
his wife, Cammie, welcomed a 
boy last week, Carter Austin. 
Austin has sandy brown hair 
and weighed just over 6 [ 
pounds; Jeff said Carter has 
inherited his fathers "can- 
ities." 

More accolades go to Jeff-* 
as he was recently nominated 
to the East Suburban Catholic 
Conference Hall of Fame with 
some pretty good company. 
Jeff joins Isiah Thomas of St. 
Joseph and of. Mike Alstott of 
Joliet Catholic as first time in- 
ductees. 






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OPINION 



Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page D5 



Snapshot Your thoughts on this week's hot topic 

"Do you think the 
U.S. should entrust 
its ports- to the 
United Arab 
Emirates? 




"I think it's fine to 
trust our ports to 
them. We've been 
an ally of theirs for 
a long time." 

Jerry. Gilbert 

Antioch 




"No, I think we 

can protect our 

own ports," 



Mary Inman 
Antioch 




"I do feel overall 

that our ports 

should be more 

US controlled" 



Ryan Finnely 

Libertyville 




"Yes, we sold al- 
most everything to 
Japan, people arc 

losing their jobs. J t 
keeps people 
working." , 

Dennis Raske 

Round Lake 



Party lihCS This column of political notes is prepared from staff reports 



Mud begins to fly between Salvi, McSweeney 



The campaign between 8th 
District Republican Congres- 
sional candidates David Mc- 
Sweeney, of Barrington Town- 
ship, and Kathy Salvi, of Fre- 
mont Township, continues to 
get nasty. . 

According to a Salvi press 
release, McSweeney "has un- 
veiled his first negative at- 
tack—he printed up mail 
pieces and produced radio at- 
tack ads last week that. ..accuse 
Kathy Salvi of siding with 
Democrats." 

"This is McSweeney 's his- 
tory," Jason Heffley, campaign 
manager for Salvi, said. "He vi- 
ciously attacked Republican 
Phil Crane even when Phil 
Crane was in the hospital. Now 
he is attacking Kathy Salvi," 

Those "attacks" came after 
McSweeney appeared on a 
radio show hosted by Al.Salvi, 
Kathy Salvi's husband, on Feb. 
21. 

According to a McSweeney 
release, Al Salvi "tried to 'bad- 
ger* his guest during a live in- 
terview," and reportedly apolo- 
gized later in the show after a 
series of callers complained, 

"Our campaign asked the 
Salvi campaign to apologize for 
the personal attacks on David 
McSweeney," McSweeney cam- 
paign manager Jim Thacker 
said in a statement. "Instead, 
the attacks continue and, in 
fact, have reached new lows, r 
Clearly, the Salvi campaign is 
spinning out of control. Kathy 
Salvi has issued 'no comments' 
in response to questions about 
this unfortunate chain of 
events and her campaign, in- 
credibly, tries to say that their 
candidate's spouse has nothing 
to do with the campaign." 

The GOP primary is March 
21. 

Salvi starts TV ads 

Salvi has also launched her 
first TV ad in her bid to win 



the nomination. 

"I am thankful for the out- 
pouring of support from con- 
tributors which has allowed 
me to put my message on tele- 
vision," she said. "My message 
of lower taxes and less spend- 
ing should resonate well with 
voters of the Eighth District 
who deserve to have more con- 
trol over their economic fu- 
ture. With less than five weeks 
to go until the primary, my 
commercial adds to the mo- 
mentum of my campaign. 1 
look forward to riding that mo- 
mentum through the Republi- 
can primary and on to victory 
in November against Melissa 
Bean." 

Bean is the incumbent Con- 
gresswoman who defeated Phil 
Crane in 2004. She is running 
unopposed in the March 21 
Democratic primary. 

In addition to Salvi, other 
candidates in the GOP Pri- 
mary are McSweeney, Robert 
Churchill, of Lake Villa, Ken 
Arnold, of Gurnee, Aaron 
Lincoln, of Wauconda, and , 
James Mitchell of Linden- 
hurst. 

Salvi is an attorney who 
lives in Mundelein with her 
husband Al and their six chil- 
dren. Her main issues are 
fighting taxes, controlling 
spending, traffic gridlock, the 
war on terror and upholding 
conservative values. The TV 
spots may be downloaded at 
www.kathysalvi2006.com. 

Dist. 116 seeks $17 million 

The first community meet- 
ing to discuss the proposition 
to issue $17,000,000 in school 
building bonds in Round Lake 
Area Schools District 116 oc- 
curred last week in the gym of 
the W.J. Murphy School. The 
school district is asking resi- 
dents for approval to issue 
bonds in the amount of $17 
million dollars which will fund 



an upgrade for several ele- 
mentary schools, renovation 
of the Magee Middle School, 
and an addition to the Round 
Lake High School. 

Dennis Stonewall, CEO of 
the Round Lake Schools 
made the case for the addi- 
tion of bright and cheery 
classrooms, energy efficient 
roof top heating and cooling 
units, and for maintaining 
continued financial steward- 
ship. ' 

"Space is the biggest issue, 
and it is an issue for every 
school district that services 
the Round Lake Area" said 
Stonewall referring to the ref- 
erenda for school improve- 
ments that face not only.Round 
Lake's school district but also 
Antioch School District 34, 
Fremont School District 79, 
and Fox Lake Grade School 
District 114. Barrington, 
Lincolnshire, Wihthrop 
Harbor, and McHenry school 
districts are also asking voters 
for money this March. 

Village looks to purchase 
school property 

Community High School 
District 128 board members de- 
cided to discuss the village of 
Liber tyville's offer to purchase 
the Brainerd property in a 
closed session at a meeting on 
Monday night. 

The board would rather 
offer the village a long-term 
building lease than sell the 
property because of a wish to 
keep the athletic fields. Board 
members were unsure of 
whether the property has been 
appraised recently or not, but 
believe the last appraisal was 
between $1.1 and $1.3 million. 

Gridlocked 

Several of the candidates in 
the upcoming primary claim 
traffic as one of their main con- 
cerns, and with good reason. 




Kathy Salvi 



David 
McSweeney 



Robert Churchill Ken Arnold 



The Republican primary campaign for the 8th District Congressional seat 
(four of the six candidates pictured above) is starting to heat up. 



Beginning this month, driv- 
ers in Lake County should ex- 
pect delays that will last 
through the summer. 

Four road construction proj- 
ects will take place simultane- . 
ously at the following intersec- 
tions: Stearns School and Hut- 
chins Roads, Millburn and 
Hunt Club Roads, Millburn 
Road and Route 45, and the 
Wadsworth Bridge over 1-94. 

Work began in February 
near the intersection of 
Stearns School and Hutchins 
Roads. The Lake County Divi- 
sion of Transportation over- 
sees this project and will super- 
vise both projects along Mill- 
burn Road as well 

The IUinois State Toll High- 
way Authority closed the Wads- 
worth Bridge Wednesday, 
March!. 

The bridge will remain 
closed for six to eight months. 

LCDOT expects that its 
three projects will finish by the 
end of the summer. 

ISTHA has advised drivers 
to use the following detour dur- 
ing the closure of the bridge: 
Dilleys Road (County Route W- 
16) to Stearns School Road 
(County Route A : 16) to Hunt 
Club Road (County Route W- 
15). 

For information on lane clo- 
sures, travel times, etc., call 
(800>TOLL-FYIorgoto 
www.illinoistollway.com. 



Grace period voter 
registration begins 

Any voter who missed reg- 
istering to vote at their cur- 
rent address has a brief win- 
dow of time to complete their 
responsibility in order to vote 
in the March 21 Primary elec- 
tion. Lake County Clerk Wiil- 
ard Helander announced that 
grace period registration for 
the March 21 General Primary 
Election is available only in 
the County Clerk's office at 18 
N. County St., Waukegan dur- 
ing business hours from 8:30 
a.mi to 5 p.m. Mondays 
through Thursdays and 8:30 
a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fridays. 

Grace period registration 
permits a voter to register or 
update their address in the 
County Clerk's office through 
close of business on March 7. 
Those who register to vote dur- 
ing this period may ONLY vote 
by absentee ballot at the 
Clerk's office. New registrants 
must be 18 years old on or be- 
fore the election in order to 
register and must provide two 
forms of ID upon registration. 

Voter registration will re- 
open on March 23, two days 
after the General Primary 
Election in accordance with 
election law. For more informa- 
tion about grace period regis- 
tration, call the County Clerk's 
office, Voter Registration 
Department, at 847-377-2410. 



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-O Letters To The Editor 
Student newspapers vital 

Every high school needs a journalism class, and a 
free and responsible student newspaper. 

That's because no other curricular or extracurric- 
ular offering delivers better opportunities for 
achieving the school mission and promoting part- 
nership in education. 

A good student newspaper disseminates the per- 
spectives of our youth, functions as a catalyst for 
positive change, and serves the school community 
in countless other ways. 

Decision-makers benefit from knowing student 
attitudes, and students benefit from partnership 
participation in working with educators, parents, 
taxpayers and others to confront educational chal- 
lenges. 

According to a nationwide study, more than one 
in five high schools offer no student media. 

Of the high schools that do not offer student 
newspapers, 40 percent have eliminated student 
papers in the past five years. Of those, 68 percent 
now have no media. 

Help to reverse this disturbing trend of eliminat- 
ing student publications. 

Call school. If your school does not have a stu- 
dent newspaper, help to create one. If it has one, 
help support and improve it. 

No high school can achieve its full potential with- 
out the significant contributions that a journalism 
class and student newspaper offers to the commu- 
. nity. 

Randy Swiklc 

Jolmsburg Q 



Leadership lacking ; 

When you have an election in a village, you would 
think that after considering what candidates would 
be good for the village, then electing them that 
they would be running the village. 

Not in Lakemoor. 

We have people who do not live in the village 
telling us what we should accept as good for us. 
Why? They should just worry about the village they 
live in. 

We also should, if we choose to, select a 
spokesperson to speak for the majority at the vil- 
lage meetings. People cannot appoint themselves 
to claim spokesmen status for the village. They 
should know that their feelings are just that, their 
feelings. You don't speak for me. 

I think the elected officials in Lakemoor, all of the 
elected officials in Lakemoor, should be able to 
consider the destiny of our village. 

Les Nejedly 
Lakemoor 

Rufus not a pit bull 

It is apparent by recent submissions that the Bull 
Terrier (winner of Best-in-Show at the Westminster 
Kennel Club Show) is being confused with the pit 
bull, a breed that has been front-page material 
lately. It is the pit bull that historically has been 
bred to be a fighter. 

The bull terrier is a very human family-oriented 
dog. 

Bob Wilson 

libertyville 



Trust and the White House 



By ESTHER CEPEDA 

news@nwnewsgroup,com 

You'll be hard-pressed to 
find anyone who doesn't agree 
that every stable relationship 
is built on trust. Vice President 
Cheney's fumbling of his late 
February hunting accident 
and the fury over the pending 
sale of shipping operations at 
six major U.S. seaports to a 
United Arab Emirates-based 
company is a case study in the 
erosion of trust. 

It's really difficult to trust 
our leaders when we know the 
VP didn't even personally call 
President Bush regarding the 
unfortunate hunting accident 
until the next day, ratcheting 
up fears that the White House 
it too secretive— perhaps even 
within itself. 

Even more frightening is 
that the White House didn't see 
the bipartisan firestorm over 
U.S. port security coming a 
mile away They initially dealt 
with it by standing tall behind 



the sale and then immediately 
backed off saying President 
Bush didn't even know his ad- 
ministration had approved the 
transaction. Boy, that made 
every one feel better! 

Math 101 

We don't have to leave the 
confines of the great state of 
Illinois to feel our trust limping 
ever further away. Auditor 
General William Holland re- 
cently revealed Governor 
Blagojevich has been painting 
too rosy a picture of the num- 
ber of jobs his administration 
lias created since he took office. 

Errors in math and lack of 
documentation to prove initial 
estimates in job gains show 
that forecasted numbers of 
jobs created through grant pro- 
grams were counted as though 
they were actual new jobs, al- 
ready employed people under- 
going training with grant' 
money were counted as newly 
employed, and there are a slew 
of failures in.- following man- 



dates set by the Legislature. 

Are we supposed to accept 
G-Rod at his word when he 
says he promises to continue 
"Getting Things Done for 
People?" Tilings. Let's just see 
what other "things" drop out of 
the bottom of Blagojevich's 
blighted campaign in the next 
few months. 

Friends and foes 

But let's not stray too far 
from home; right here in Lake 
County, things are shaky. I'm 
pretty sure the Grand Dame of 
Lake County politics, Dist. 31 
State Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis, 
is feeling the sting of mis- 
placed trust these days as she 
watches people whose careers 
she's boosted sharpen the 
knives before using them to 
stab her in the back. 

Never mind the adage about 
a society's values being re- 
flected by how it treats its very 
young and very old, what 
about the one about not biting 
the hand that feeds you? 



About 6,000 are trained 
to be election judges 



•EARLY VOTING 

Continued from page 1 

"Some people seem to want 
to get it (voting) out of the way 
or try something new," Smith 
said. 

Helander said with early vot- 
ing, there is already a need for 
election judges. 

"It's always tough in spring 
to get judges," she said. 
"Sometimes snowbirds don't 
come home as soon as we need 
them." 

Wauconda Township is one 
area that is looking at a short- 
age of election judges in the 
spring. 

Helander said there are ap- 
proximately 6,000 residents 
trained to be judges and only 
2,200 so far are willing to work. 

Registered voters may access 
the Lake County Clerk's website 
at www.co.lake.il.us/cntyclk to 
find their eariy voting location, 
see a picture of the building and 
even find out if they're regis- 
tered to vote. 

Township and municipality 
addresses, office hours and 
phone numbers are listed: 

• Lake County Clerk's Office, 
18 N. County St., Waukegan, 
weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 
p.m. and from 9 a.m. to noon on 
weekends and holidays. 

• Antioch Township, 1625 
Deep Lake Rd., Lake Villa, 847- 
395-3378, Monday to Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

• Avon Township, 433 E, 
Washington St., Round Lake 
Park, 847-546-1446, Monday to 
Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., 
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ' 

• Benton Township, 40023 N. 
Green Bay Rd.. Beach Park 847- 
746-2100 Monday to Thursday, 
8:30 a.m. to noon, and 1 to 4 pm: 

• Cuba Township, 2B000 W 
Cuba Rd., Barrington, 847-381- 
1924, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 
1:30 p.m. 

• Ela Township, 99 E. Main 
St., Lake Zurich, 847-438-7823, 
Monday to Thursday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 5 p.m., and oh Friday, from 
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

• Fremont Township, 22376 
W. Erhart Rd., Mundelein, 847- 
223-2847, Monday to Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

• Grant Township, 26725 W. 
Molidor Rd., Ingleside, 847-740- 
2233, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. 



■ Lake Villa Township, 37908 
N. Fairfield Rd., Lake Villa, 847- 
356-2116, Monday to Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4 p.m. 

• Libertyville Township, 359. 
Merrill Ct, Libertyville, 847-816- 
6800, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 
3:30 p.m. 

• Moraine Township, 777 
Central Ave., Highland Park, 
847-432-3240, Monday to Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

• Shields Township, 906 Muir 
Ave., Lake Bluff, ■ 847-234-0802, 
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 
noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. 

• Vernon Township, 3050 N. 
Main St., Buffalo Grove, 847-634- 
4600, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 4:30 p.m. 

• Warren Township, 17801 W 
Washington St., Gurnee, 847- 
244-1101, Monday to Friday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

• Wauconda Township, 505 W 
Bonner Rd., Wauconda, 847-526- 
2631, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
to 3:30 p.m. 

• West Deerfield Township, 
601 Deerfield Rd. ( Deerfield, 847- 
945-0614, Monday to Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4:15 p.m. 

• Zion Township, 2800. 
Sheridan Rd., Zion, 847-872-2811, 
Mondays to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 
p.m. 

• Village of Antioch, 874 
Main St., Antioch, 847-395-1000, 
Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 
p.m. 

• Village of Buffalo Grove, 50 
Raupp Blvd., Buffalo Grove, 847- 
459-2500, Monday to Friday, 8:30 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

• City of Highland Park, 1707 
Saint Johns Ave., Highland 
Park, 847-432-0800, Monday to 
Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.- 

• The City of Lake Forest, 220 
E. Decrpath Rd., Lake Forest, 
847-234-2600, Monday to Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 
p.m. 

"* • Village of Lihdenhurst, 2301 
E. Sand Lake Rd., Lindenhurst, 
847-356-8252, Monday to Friday, 9 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 

• Village of Vernon Hills, 290 
Evergreen Dr., Vernon Hills, 
847-367-3700, Monday to Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 5p.m. 

• In-person absentee voting is 
available to qualified voters 'at 
the County Clerk's office 
through 5 p.m., March 20. Call 
the County Clerk's office at 847- 
377-2406 for more information 
on Early .Voting and Absentee 
Voting. 



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Over $1 million through three Con- 
gressional appropriations will be. used 
by the Lake County Stormwater Man- 
agement Commission (SMC) for 11 proj- 
ects to improve water quality and storm- 
water infrastructure. 

Lake County's delegation in Con- 
gress was instrumental in garnering the 
federal funds through the U.S. Environ- 
mental Protection Agency's State and 
Tribal Assistance Grant (STAG) pro- 
gram. SMC will be working with local 
units of government and other groups to 
assist in project implementation and 
oversight. 

' The projects are part of an ongoing 
list of needs to preserve and protect the 
natural drainage system. The $1,010,900 
will be used to fund the design and/or 
installation of best management prac- 



tices (BMPs) and other water quality im- 
.provement projects in Lake County 

Two of the* appropriations are tar- 
geted for projects within the Des Plaines 
River Watershed, while one is open for 
projects throughout the county. SMC re- 
ceived proposals last September and 11 
. projects were recommended for funding. 

The approved project applicants will 
receive up to 55 percent federal cost 
share and are required to contribute a 
minimum of 45 percent of their total 
project cost. Total project cost for all 11 
projects is $2,192,646. The remaining 
$209,800 in unallocated funds will go to- 
ward projects selected through a second 
request ..for proposals this spring. The 
grant and cost-share partners leveraged 
$1 in STAG grant monies for every $1.75 
in local cost-share monies. 



Approved projects include: 

• Village of Vernon Hill's Seavey 
Ditch Dam. Removal and Channel Stab- 
ilization: $255,000, total project cost 
$475,500 

• Mundelein Park District and Vil- 
lage of Mundelein's Cambridge 
Country Park Detention Basin Shore- 
line Restoration: $41,681.50, total project 
cost $83,363 

• Village of Buffalo Grove's Buffalo 
Creek Streambank Stabilization: 
$35,200, total project cost: $64,000 

• Bangs Lake Homeowner Associa- 
tions' Rain Gardens: $4,150; total project 
cost: $12,450 

■ Countryside Lake Association 
(Mundelein) Lagoon/Peninsula Restora- 
tion: $50,000; total project cost: $181,375 

• LCFPD's Ryerson Woods Hydrolog- 



rejects 

ical and Ecological Restoration: $100,000 
grant; total project cost $300,000 

• Lake County Forest Preserve Dis- 
trict's (LCFPD) Nippersink Lake Shore- 
line Stabilization: $100,000 grant; total 
project cost $600,000 

• Village of Lincolnshire's Spring 
Lake/Des Plaines River inlet Repair: 
$79,999 grant; total project cost $199,998 

• Park District of Highland Park's 
Wetland Restoration Planning for Sko- 
kie River Woods: $10,000 grant; total 
project cost $22,000 

• Village of Round Lake Park's Ren- 
ovation of Lagoon at Whipple O'Parrot 
Park: $90,110 grant; total project, cost 
$203,960 

• In-Stream BMP's and Native Vege- 
tation Installation in Bull Creek: $25,000 
grant; total project cost $50,000. 



Agency accepts island 



ByJEFFGARD 

jgard@nwnGwsgroup.com 

A recent island donation 
could provide the Fox Water- 
way Agency with a place to 
drop several million yards of 
dredging materials from 
Nippersink Creek and gover- 
nor's channel. 

The agency board of direc- 
tors voted 6-0 to accept a 3- to 7- 
acre island from Mike Trinski. 
The island is located south of 
the Route 12 bridge southeast of 
where Nippersink Creek meets 
Pistakee Lake. 

. Chairman Howard "Bud" 
Scott said.the donation is worth 
more than $1 million to the 



agency. 

'it gives us the ability to 
have sites where we can restore 
the natural area that was 
there," Scott said, "and use ma- 
terial front the lake bottom that 
is causing us problems." 

Scott said parts of the island 
are under water and the agency 
might be able to extend its size 
to between 10 and 15 acres. 

Before the agency can re- 
store the island, it must secure, 
permits from the U.S. Army 
Corps of Engineers and Illinois 
Department of Natural 
Resources. Scott said the 
agency is exploring other land 
donations, but he could not say 
where they were located. 



Burn turns into 6-acre fire 



ByTOMMUSICK . 

tmusick@nwnewsgroup.com 

A Spring Grove resident's 
controlled burn Saturday after- 
noon grew to a 60-acr,e brush 
fire that briefly threatened 
houses and lifted dark plumes 
of smoke that could be seen for 
miles, fire officials said. 

Sixteen fire departments re- 
sponded to the blaze, which 
started about 1:40 p.m. in'a field 
behind Windsor Drive and 
burned for more than two 
hours. Firefighters lined the 
perimeter of the field with 
hoses as teams entered the 
brush to extinguish the line of 
waist-high flames that swept 



east to west. 

"It was fed by the wind," 
Spring Grove Fire Chief Rich 
Tobiasz said. "Rather than 
send a lot of guys out there to 
get hurt, we sort of let it come 
to us a little bit." 

No one was injured in the 
fire, which burned land belong- 
ing to the McHenry County 
Conservation District; 

Tobiasz said the man who 
was burning grass and leaves 
could be cited. Open burning 
was prohibited until April. 

As firefighters combed the 
field, neighborhood resident 
Mitch McGowan snapped pic- 
tures of the flames from his 
wooden deck. 



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WhatisE^ly¥bting? 



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Q. Who can vote early? 

A. Any registered voter. 

Q. What do I need to vote 
early? 

A. A valid state ID with picture. 

Q. Where can I vote early? 

A. At the County Clerk's office or your 
township office. (Waukegan and 
Newport residents vote in the 
County Clerk's office.) 



Q. What other options are 
there for early voting? 

A. Vote at the County Clerk's office 

Mon.-Thurs. 8:30-5:00pm t Fri. until 

7:30pm; Sat,, Sun. and holidays 

9am- Noon. Residents of six 

participating municipalities may 

vote at their municipal office. 

Q. When can I vote early? 

A. Monday, Feb. 27- Thursday, Mar. 16 



Lake County .voters no longer 
heed a reason or "excuse" to 
qualify to vote prior to Election 
Day. The Lake County Clerk's . 



office is pleased to offer one of 
the state's most comprehensive 
early voting programs with 23 
sites for early voting. 



Early Voting Locations and Hours 



I Laka Cointy Ctinfr Offca 
[18 N'County St, Wautogan 
i M<mdfly-TWirid«yB30MJ|. , 6,-00PM 
j Friday 850 AM- 7:30 CM 

; Saturday, Sundays and holidays 0.00 AM- 
| 12.WPM(adurfn6Mirch19) 

' Antioch Townahlp 

H626 Deep Laka Road Uko Vila 

' Monday- Friday &30 AM -4:30 PM 

i Avon Township 
433 E Washington SL, Round Lake Park 
Monday -nwrtay 850 AM -4:30 PM 
Frioay850AM-a'30PM 
Saturday before Botifon 8:00 AM -1 ZOO PM 

Benton Townihip 
40023 N Gfocn Bay Rd., Baadi Paik 
;Monday-Th«s<Jay 850AM -12^00 PMand ■ 
1W) PM-4;00 PM; Friday 830AM.12.flO 

PM , 

•" Cuba Townahip ; 
28000 WCuba Rd., BanJnplon- . . 

"ftOO AM -350 PM 
Saturday bofare Efadkm 0:00 AM <12:O0PM 



2uricfi 

AM-&QQPM 

• V 

Sacfon 9:00 AM -i 2:00PM 

FriraontTtawnahap 

JW&hartRd;fMuntWoln 
toy- Friday 850 AM- 350 PM 

':Satuixtayb>fero QocSon 9.-00 AM -1 2:00PM' 

,i ' 

1 dtahtToimhip 

' 26725 W.MoficJor.lngiesJdo 
: Monday- Friday 850 AM -4:30 PM 
j Satiimay before Etedon 9;0G AM- 12.00 
*PM; OOidrs by ~Bppohtm«A In .cbn|uniUoiv 
with County Oat* Offlw how. 




Lak* Villa Townihip 
37008 N FalrfWd Rd, Lake Vto 
Monday > Friday 850 AM - 4:00 PM ' 
Saturday before Election 0:00 AM -1 2:00PM 

HbartyvMa Townahlp 
359 M«rrfll Ct, UbertyvUte 

Monday- Friday 9-.00 AM -3:30PM , 
Saturday before Election 9:00 AM • 
1£00PM 

llcratoa Townahlp 

777 Central Averiua, Highland Parti 

Monday -Friday 650 AM- 450 PM ■ 

Saturday bofora EladSon 9;00 AM -12.-O0PM 

Shtakfeiownahip 

006 MuirAvo., Lata Bluff 
i Monday * Friday 850 AM - 1 2:00 PM and 

1:00 PM -450 PM; Saturday before 
.Election 9:00 AM -12.00 PM 

Vtnwn Townahlp 

3060 N Main S!.. Buffalo Grova. 
Monday - Friday 850 AM - 4:30 PM 
Saturday before Etocton 9:00 AM -12a()0PM ; 

: WKfin Townthip 

'l780i W Waahhflton St, Gwk» 

Monday - Friday 9:00 AM .'5:00 PM 

r -Waueonda TowBthlp 

• r 505 W. Bonner Rd, Wfriomda : ' 
Monday - Friday 850 AM -'4:00 PM 
Saturday before BecSan?:OQ AM -I^OOPM : 

' Wttt DearfWd Township 

801 Dearileld Road, Dtartetf 
Monday .Friday 850 AM >4:15 PM 

Saturday before Ejection 9:00 AM -1?j00PM 

Zion Townahlp 
.2800 Sheridan RdVZton. 
Monday - Friday 850 AM - 6:00 PM . 




ViliaVof/ 

874 Main SLAnUoch 

Monday -Friday 850 AM -5^)0 PM 

• 

Village of Buffalo Grova 
50 Raupp Blvd n Suffato Crcve ■ 
Monday - Friday 850AM -450 PM 
Saturday before EJoction 0.00 AM -11 ;30AM 

City of Highland Park , 
l707Satat JohraAvo. Highland Part; 
Monday- Friday 850 AM -500PM , 

The Ctfy of Laka Forett 
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with felony shoplifting 



North Chicago's recently 
hired school superintendent 
says she will fight a criminal 
charge that she tried to steal 
$445 in groceries from a Wal- 
Mart store in Springfield last 
summer. 

Authorities have filed a 
charge of felony shoplifting 
against Sandra Ellis, superin- 
tendent of District 187, accord- 
ing to Jennifer Kuntz, a 



Sangamon County assistant 
state's attorney. The penalty 
ranges from probation to as 
much as five years in prison. 

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appear this week in Sangamon 
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rest on an inexperienced Wal- 
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A Look Back Lake County history from the Lakeland Archives 




Sieve Peterson • spclcrson^nwnev/5group.com 

Lake County Board member Suzi Schmidt (left) of District 4 and for' 
mer Lake County Board Chairman Norm Geary enjoy a lighter mo- 
ment in 1991. Republicans and Democrats alike came to Brae Loch 
Country Club to thank Geary for his many years of public service. 



1976 30 YEARS AGO 

Antioch officials -were 
studying three garbage dis- 
posals bids, with the winning 
one set to become a service 
provided by the village and 
paid by tax money Before 
this, residents had been re- 
quired to pay $4.50 a month 
for garbage disposal. 

The public works commit- 
tee was set to meet on March 
8 to discuss the three bids 
that were opened. : 

Trustees hoped that the 
cost of the garbage disposal 
service could be added to the 
taxrolL 

1986 20 YEARS AGO 

The Antioch High School 
boy's basketball team ad- 
vanced to t the Rockford 
Sectional by defeating Round 
Lake High School 62-57 in the 
regional final in overtime on 
Feb. 28. 

Senior Don Gunther led 
the Sequoits in scoring with 



21 points, while Dave .Grind- 
ley had 16. The only other 
player in double figures for 
Antioch was Mike McGrain, 
with 12. McGrain played a 
steady game, as did reserve 
Rick Reitmayer. 

For Round Lake, the lead- 
ing scorer was Frank Ptak 
with 31 points. 

1991 15 YEARS AGO 

Warren Township High 
School was preparing to be off. 
of the state's "financial watch 
List/' by the end of the year. 

Treasurer Ron Meyer up- 
dated, the' board of education 
on the matter at a meeting,- 
saying the district "could 
"technically" be off the 
watch list in October. 

Meyer explained the dis- 
trict's sale of $3 million in' 
working cash fund bonds 
made the difference in. the 
watch list. 

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AROUND THE COUNTY 



Friday, March 3, 2006- Page D9 



Women's History Month events 

During March, the College of Lake 
County will celebrate Women's History 
Month with a variety or events that ex- 
plore "The Many Hats That Women 
Wear." The events include the following: 

• The Art or Flamenco Dance Open 
Community Workshop/Demonstration 
will be held in the Experimental Theater 
(Pi 03) on Monday, March 6 and Monday, 
April 10 from 7-8:30 p.m. 

Come and experience the rich cul- 
tural expressions of the Spanish art of 
Flamenco through traditional music 
and dance. Workshops are taught by 
Wendy Clinard, director of Clinard 
Dance Theatre in Chicago, along with 
live musical accompaniment. 

• God Sleeps in Rwanda: Film and 
Discussion from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on 
Tuesday in room C002B. The 1994 Rwan- 
dan genocide left the country nearly 70 



percent remale. CLC philosophy instruc- 
tor Jacqueline Trimier will show and 
discuss "God Sleeps in Rwanda," a docu- 
mentary Him that explores how the 
genocide affected the lives of the women 
and girls who survived the horrific 
tragedy. Bring your own lunch. 

• Harriet Tubman: A Performance 
will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on 
Wednesday in the C Wing Auditorium 
(C005). Pamela Welcome performs the 
trials of the most phenomenal and 
renowned leader of the Underground 
Railroad. She describes life as a slave 
and how some foods and customs still 
carry on today. Cookies and beverages 
will be served after the performance. 

• Pills, Profits, Sex and Science: 
Gender Studies in the Biomedical Age 
will look at the biomedical revolution of 
the last 20 years on March 9 from 7 to 9 
p.m. in room C002. Carol Tavris, co-au- 
thor or "Psychology," a college textbook 



used at CLC and various colleges and 
universities nationwide, will tell the 
story of the invention of "female sexual 
dysfunction" and its treatments - a cau- 
tionary talc for our times. The cospon- 
sor is Prentice Hall Publishing Comp- 
any, and dinner will be served at no cost. 

• Nnenna Frcclon, a six-time Gram- 
my-nominated jazz vocalist, will perform 
a concert at 8 j>.m. March 10 at the 
Mainstagc Theatre in the .lames Lumber 
Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets 
arc $32 for the general public, $30 for 
CLC students, seniors 65-plus and $20 for 
children under 12. Tickets at 8<17-5<13-2300 
oratwww.clcillinois.edu/tickets. 

• International Women's Panel will be 
hold from noon to 1 p.m. March 13 in 
room C002. In honor of International 
Women's Day. a panel of CLC starr and 
students will share their stories about 
lire in their home countries, as well as 
their transitions into American cul- 



ture. Bring your own lunch. 

• Human Trafficking will be dis- 
cussed from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. on March 
16 in room C003. Dr. Cathy Colton, in- 
structor or English and member of Am- 
nesty International, will speak about the 
atrocities or this sexual slavery, showing 
clips from an ABC mini-series that aired 
last fall. Bring your own lunch. Cookies 
and beverages will be served. 

• Breast cancer at age 25? A personal 
message from a CLC survivor will be 
held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, 
March 22; room to be announced. .Jean 
Hayes will tell her still-evolving per- 
sonal story. Bring your own lunch. 
Cookies and beverages will be served. 

• Women's History Month events are 
sponsored by the CLC Chapter of the 
American Association for Women in 
Community Colleges and the CLC 
Women's Center. For more information, 
call the Women's Center at 847- 543-2771. 




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What do you give a man who never sleeps? The city that doesn't sleep...NEW YORK! 

Congratulations to Mr. Eail Bush Jr. - Director ol Anlioch Upper Grado School (AUGS) Senior Marching 
Band lor being Invited to perform on March 17, 2006 In Iho 245lh annual SI. Patrick's Day Pnrado in Now 
York Cilyl this is Iho oldost and lairjosl parade in our nation. II Is n rjronl honor and privilogo to bo Invilod 
to (his parade and II Is an exlraordinary "onco In a lilotlmo" opportunity lor our local middlo school band. 



Senior Band mombors nro comprised ol 45 sixth, 
and Lindonhurst: 



soventh and eighth grado students from Anlioch, Lake Villa 




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A olncoro (hank you lor thoir gonerous donations to help defray tho cost ol travel nntl oxponsos goos oul to Iho following 
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Anlioch Fraternal Order ol Police Lodge 2t0 - Emerald 
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William ft Connie Long - Charm 
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MAIL TO: 



ANTIOCH UPPER GRADE SCHOOL 
Attn: Mr. Earl Bush Jr. 
000 Highviow Drive 
Anlioch, IL 60002 



II you have any questions you may contact our band director. 
Mr. Earl Buslt Jr. at 1 •047-038-8320 or AUGS Principal, 
Mr. Eric Skoog at 1-847-83B 8310 

Figures Reported as of: 2/27/06 

•We apologize II thcro havo been any misspellings or omissions. 
so, please conlncl Valerie Nolson nl Lakeland Journals 
#847-223-8161 Exl. 181 



Congressional, 
senate hopefuls 
field questions 



By ESTHER CEPEDA 

news@nwncwsgroup.com 

The fill! house at the Byron 
Colby Barn in Grayslakc's 
Prairie Crossing subdivision 
last week provider! the platform 
for Adeline Geo-Karis and Su- 
zanne Simpson, contenders for 
the 31st Senate District, and 
Sandy Cole and Barbara Oil- 
schlager, candidates for the 
62nd House Representative Dis- 
trict to answer questions. 

The candidate forum was 
hosted by the American Asso- 
ciation of University Women 
and the League of Women 
Voters of Lake County and was 
moderated by Edith Auditor. 

The audience submitted 
questions on topics ranging 
from school funding, to health* 
care, environmental issues, and 
ethics reform and all four can- 
didates were given time to re- 
spond to each question. 

The rounds started off with 
the issue of school funding. All 
the candidates agreed that new 
ideas are necessary to fix the 
funding gaps in the current sys- 
tem. Barbara Oilshlager, a Col* 
lege of Lake County Board 
member took the opportunity 
to back 8th Congressional Dis- 
trict candidate Bob Churchill's 
plan to devote 65 percent of 
every dollar spent on classroom 
instruction for children and 
only 35 percent spent on admin- 
istrative costs. 

Lake County Board member 
Sandy Cole suggested "looking 
into additional funding sources 
and a property tax decrease. We 
should let the voters decide on a 
sales tax increase." 

State Son. Adeline Geo-Karis 
spoke out against raiding pen- 
sion funds to finance schools. 
Warren Township Supervisor 
Suzanne Simpson said "We 
need radical ideas. I'm against 
anything that takes our Lake 
County dollars dovvnstatc." 

Cole stated she was not op- 
posed to reinstituting the death 
penalty but had to do more re- 
search on the provision of the 
penalty. Oilshlager said the 
philosophical question, "Do we 
have faith in the process?" was 
the more important focus. "If 



we don't then we need to either 
fix the process or fixing our phi- 
losophy on whether we should 
keep or abolish the death pen- 
alty," said Oilshlager. 

The ethics crisis was a hot 
topic, and all the candidates 
were in agreement that the pub- 
lic is the driving force behind 
the movement for more trans- 
parency in government. Geo- 
Karis and Cole felt strongly re- 
form would eventually move 
throughout the channels of 
government. Oilshlager stated, 
"Not too many people have con- 
fidence in politicians." She 
pointed oul that there are many 
worthwhile rules which cover 
ethics issues on the books but 
the key is in enforcing them. 

Simpson clearly stated her 
concern over the ethics crisis 
by adding, "It's unfortunate 
that my senator was the only 
one who voted against the 
ethics ordinance when it came 
before the general assembly" 

In her closing remarks, Ade- 
line Geo-Karis took the oppor- 
tunity to clear the air about her 
"no" vote: "The reason I was 
the one vote against the so- 
called ethics amendment is be- 
cause it did not have full disclo- 
sure," said Geo-Karis. "I want 
complete disclosure for all 
funds. Complete disclosure, not 
just certain ones. If you'll 
chock that amendment it does 
not have complete disclosure 
and that was why I voted 
against it." 

The rest of the candidates 
used their final minutes to ad- 
dress the balance of their re- 
sponsibilities to their con- 
stituents. Suzanne Simpson 
said she would step down from 
her Warren Township Super- 
visor position, and Sandy Cole 
said she would give up her seat 
on the County Board. 

Barbara Oilshlager took the 
opportunity to clear, the air 
about her seat on the College of 
Lake County Board. "It's a non- 
paying position, we meet for 
about 2 hours once a month- it's 
volunteer work. I don't think we 
should be expected to discon- 
tinue all of our volunteer work 
if we're elected to the legisla- 
ture." 



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HEALTHWATCH 



Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page D13 



LAKE COUNTY HEALTH 
DEPARTMENT/ 
COMMUNITY HEALTH 
CENTER 



Health Department Offers 
Free Breast and Cervical 
Cancer Screening 

Free breast and cervical 
cancer.screenings are offered 
to eligible Lake County 
women through the Illinois 
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the Lake County Health 
Department/ Community 
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program, women can receive, 
at no cost to them, a complete 
medical examination, a clini- 
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as well as referral for a free 
mammogram at a local hospi- 
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Examinations are done at 
the clinics of the Lake County 
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through private providers, and 
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eligible, please call the 
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Pregnancy and childboaring 
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This particular issue can cause 
more stress than any other part 
of being a new parent. 

"Being a new mom is one of 
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There are several popular 
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However, Ofobike encourages 
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The week after Sarah was diagnosed, 
she finished a marathon. Then 
the real race began. 



Even after she was diagnosed, Sarah continued, 
finishing a marathon the very next week. So when 
. her hometown doctor told her she would have to 
wait three weeks to begin treatment, she wasn't 
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on his own. It's times like these 
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bottle of milk or something to 
eat to a toddler. 

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CLC Briefs 

Two business courses 
added to spring schedule 

Two popular business 
classes at the College of Lake 
County have just been added to 
the late-starting spring class 
schedule. Both are "hybrid" 
classes that combine classroom 
and Internet work. Business 
Law I (BUS 221-600) will meet on 
Mondays from 1 to 3:45 p.m. be- 
ginning March 13. Introduction 
to Business (BUS 121-603) will 
meet on Thursdays beginning 
12:25 to 3:10 p.m. beginning 
March 16. The prerequisite for 
Business Law is Introduction to 
Business (BUS 121). 

Introduction to Business 
covers large and small busi- 
nesses, including topics on 
management, investing, finan- 
cial markets and current busi- 



ness news. Business Law is an 
introduction to the principles 
of American law governing 
business and personal transac- 
tions. 

For more information on 
these credit courses, contact 
Litsa Press, business manage- 
ment program coordinator, at 
847-543-2921 or 

litsapress@clcillinois.edu. To 
apply for admission, please call 
847-543-2061 or log on to 
www.clcillinois.edu/applic.htm 
. To register for classes by 
phone (after completing CLC's 
admission process), call 847-223- 
1111. To register online, log on 
to www.clcillinois.edu/self- 
serv.htm. 

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Southlake Educational Center, 
1120 S.Milwaukee Ave., Vernon 
Hills. 

"Chinese Character Writ- 
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Chinese written characters. 
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member, and Luqing Zhao. 

The class will be held from 
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, 
March 15. The fee is $14. 

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Men" will also be taught by Dr. 
Busool. 

This course will cover what 
Islamic teachings say about 
women and their place in 
Islamic cultures. It will be held 
from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on March 
21. The fee is $14. 

"Introduction to Storing and 
Printing Digital Images" will 
focus on organizing your digital 
photos using widely available 
digital software including 
Photoshop Elements 3.0. The 
instructor is Bernard Levine. 
This class Will meet five times 
on Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 
a.m. from March 16 to April 27. 
The fee is $59. 

"Introduction to Investing" 
will give you the basic founda- 
tions of investing information, 
such as how to invest in individ- 
ual stocks, stock mutual funds, 
individual bonds, bond mutual 
funds, certificates of deposit 
and money market funds. The 
instructor is Michael Goldman, 
MBA. 

This class meets.from 9:30 to 
11 a.m. on March 16 and 23. The 
cost is $19. 

"Researching Stock" will 
show you information re- 
sources and help the beginner 
formulate questions that 
should be answered before mak- 
ing investment decisions. The 
class will meet from 9:30 to 11 
a.m. on March 30 and April 6. 
The instructor is Michael 
Goldman, MBA, and the fee is 
$19. 

"Travelogue to Three Great 
Cities in Africa" will take you 
on a voyage with Linda Rubin 
to three great cities on her na- 



tive continent - Cairo, Nairobi, ■ 
and Capetown. 

This slide show presentation 
and discussion will meet from 
9:30-11:30 a.m. on March 28. The 
fee is $14. 

Discovery! is a program for 
adults 50 years of age and older 
who are still curious and active 
learners. Day trips, lectures 
and short-term classes are of- 
fered at several Lake County lo- 
cations. 

To find out how to register 
or to request the spring 
Discovery! brochure, call the 
Discovery! Hotline at (847) 543- 
6507. 

Youth Safari job training 
and Resource Fair 

Youth ■ Safari 2006, an em- 
ployment fair for young adults 
ages 15 to 21, will be held from 6 
to 8 p.m. on March 16 at the 
College of Lake County 
Physical Education Center 
Gymnasium (Building 7) on the 
Grayslake Campus. Parking is 
available in lots 2 and 3, which 
can be reached from the 
Washington Street entrance to 
the college. 

Sponsored by the Job Center 
of Lake County, the event will 
feature top area employers who 
will recruit for part-time, full- 
time and seasonal jobs. Part- 
icipants will receive informa- 
tion about the education and 
training required for different 
jobs. 

Information will also be pro- 
vided on work permits, Social 
Security cards, personal fi- 
nances and more. 

For more information, con- 
tact the CLC Career and 
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candidates for the March 21 
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• March 6 at McHenry Coun- 
ty College, Crystal Lake, 7 p.m. 

• March 8 at Barrington 
Public Library, 7 p.m. 

• March 14 at Warren Town- 
ship Republicans, at Gurnee 



village hall, 7 p.m. 

■ Candidates seeking to re- 
place Congresswoman Melissa 
Bean (D-Barrington) are, Jim 
Mitchellof Lindenhurst, Ken 
Arnold of Gurnee, Robert 
Churchill (S.tate Rep.), Aaron 
Lincoln of Wauconda, Kathy 
Salvi of Mundelein and Dave 
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Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page D15 




WALTER ALVIN UHWAT 

Bom: Jan. 30, 

1920 
Died* Feb. 21, 

2006, in 

Waterford, 

Wis. 
Was the founder 

of Triad Circuits, Inc. in Grayslake 

ROUND LAKE- Walter Alvin 
Uhwat, age 86, of Round Lake, 
passed away Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2006 
at Lakeview Specialty Hospital in 
Waterford, Wis. 

He was born Jan. 30,1920 in Chicago 
to Walter and Bei nice (nee 
Mlodzioniewski) Uhwat. On June 29, 
1946 he married Opal who preceded 
him in death on June 2, 1979, 

Formerly of Chicago, Walter 
moved to Round Lake in 1949. He 
was employed as an engineer with 
Illinois Bell/Western Electric 
Company from i940 until 1982. 
During his employment with Illinois 
Bell/Western Electric, his career 
was interrupted to enlist In the Army 
Air Corp. During WWII he was as- 
signed to he a gunnery instructor. 
After the war was over he returned 
to Illinois Bell to be an engineer. In 
1982 he was the founder of Triad 



Circuits, Inc. of Round Lake, The 
company is now currently run by his 
daughter. In 1968 he took an active 
roll in real estate and in investment 
management services. He was a for- 
mer resident and Board Member of 
the Lake Region Sanitary District 
and served for 22 years. He was a 
member of St. Joseph Catholic 
Church where he was an usher and 
lector. 

Survivors include his sweetheart, 
LaVeme Ray of Mundelein; two sons, 
Scott Uhwat of Round Lake, Garth 
(Bonnie) Uhwat of Ingleside; a 
daughter, Shawn (John) Bixler of 
Burlington, Wis.; a sister, Lola Uhwat 
of Mundelein; nephew, Richard 
(Barbara) Uchwat of Chicago; nine 
grandchildren, Leslie (Troy) Smith, 
Scott Daniel Uhwat, Garth Michael 
(Jamie) Uhwat, Bridget Uhwat, 
Michaul (Brenda) Knipp, Kraig 
(Carrie) Knipp, Christopher (Emily 
Dega) Knipp, Mark Bixler, Daniel 
Bixler; six great grandchildren, 
Michael, Kayla, Michelle, Alexis, Nina, 
Madison; nieces and nephews, 
brother Thomas Iwicki, C.R., Robert 
(Donna) Iwicki, Mark (Karen) Iwicki, 
Marilyn (Dennis) Rogatski, Robert D. 
(Susan) Uhwat, and Gail Karie- 
Fenton. 

He was preceded in death by his 



wife Opal; his parents; an uncle, Leon 
Uchwat; sister and brother-in-law, 
Adeline "Dolly" (Edwin) Iwicki; 
brother and sister-in-law, Robert 
(Urcella) Uhwat; a niece, Elaine 
DiPietro and a nephew, Greg 
Fulkerson. 

The visitation was from 5 until 9 
p.m. on Feb. 23, at Justen's Round 
Lake Funeral Home, 

The funeral Mass was celebrated 
at 10 a.m. on Feb. 24, at St. Joseph 
Catholic Church, in Round Lake. 

Interment was in Ascension 
Cemetery, Grayslake. 



LUISEM. ANDERSON 
(neeSPITZNER) 

Died: Feb. 20, 2006 In Lindenhurst 
Postmaster of local post office 

LINDENHURSKuise M. Anderson 
(nee Spitzner), a resident of 
Undenhurst, for the past six years and 
a resident of Max, Minn, for over 50 
years, died Monday, Feb. 20, 2006 at 
home. She was born in Chicago, to 
Albert and Rose (nee Fritz) Spitzner. 
Luise was married to Bernard 
Anderson for over 50 years at the 
time of his death in 1999. She and her 



husband co-owned and operated 
"Max Mercantile" and was also the 
Postmaster of the local post office 
which was located in their store. Luise 
received her commission as 
Postmaster from President Harry 
Truman. Max Mercantile included a 
sawmill and a processing plant which 
processed wild rice in an old fash- 
ioned wood parching process and 
was then distributed throughout the 
country. Luise was a longtime mem- 
ber of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary in 
Minnesota; was a accomplished pi- 
anist and enjoyed traveling, especially 
cruises to Panama Canal, Alaska, and 
northern European countries. 

Many cousins survive, including, 
Polly (Bob) Schmarje of Ingleside and 
family; Nancy Brothers of Ingleside 
and family, and Rolla Heinen of 
Lincolnshire and family; along with 
many loving friends. She is preceded 
in death by her parents. 

A Memorial service will be cele- 
brated at 11 a.m., March 11 at the 
•Chapel at Victory Lakes Continuing 
Care Center, 1055 E. Grand Ave., 
Lindenhurst. Arrangements were 
completed by K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home, in Fox Lake. In lieu of flowers 
memorials for the Lighthouse for the 
Blind, 4505 W.Superior St., Duluth, 
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RICHARD C. KERR 

Bom: Sept. 4, 1961 
Died: Feb. 20, 2006 
Former resident of lion 

ROUND LAKE BEACH-RichardC. 
Kerr, age 44 of Round Lake Beach, 
passed away Feb. 20, 2006 at the 
Condell Medical Center in 
Libertyville. He was born Sept. 4, 
1961, in Chicago, and has been a resi- 
dent of Round Lake Beach for the 
two years and formerly of Zion. 

He is survived by two children, 
Elizabeth and Richard Kerr; five sis- 
ters, Louise (Rick) Martin, Lynn 
Potter, Debra (Wayne) Douglas, Mary 
(Paul) Turner, Laurie (Darrell) Moore; 
and many nieces and nephews. 

Memorial service was held March 
2 at 11a.m. at the Calvary 
Presbyterian Church in Round Lake. 
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CLAIRE GILDAY 
TEASDALE 

Bom: Feb. 27, 1915 

Died: Feb. 20, 2006; in Antfoch 

She was a medical bookkeeper at 
the Antfoch Clinic 

ANTIOCH-Claire Gilday Teasdale, 
90 of Antioch, passed away Monday, 
Feb. 20, 2006 at her home. She was 
born Feb. 27, 1915 in Chicago, the 
daughter of the late Daniel and Clara 
(Bender) Ryan. She moved to 
Antioch in 1950 where she was a 
member of St. Peter Church. She 
worked at the Antioch Clinic as a 
medical bookkeeper from 1967 until 
her retirement in 1986. Claire also 
was an award winning artist. 

Survivors include her three sons, 
Russell W. (Sandra) Gilday, Ryan 0. 
(Mary) Gilday and Mark B. Gilday, all 
of Antioch; one stepson, James 
(Nancy) Teasdale of Huntsvjlle, Ala., 
and three stepdaughters, Dyanne 
(Bill) Earley of Mundetein, Eileen 
(Mike) Fratantuno, of Shorewood, 
Wis. and Elizabeth (Tim) D'lsa. of 
Lake Forest; two sisters, Dolores 



Shannon and Joan (Edward) Cake 
both of Ukiah, Calif., 24 grandchildren 
and many great grandchildren. In ad- 
dition to her parents, she was pre- 
ceded in death by her first husband, 
Roger Gilday in 1978, her second hus- 
band, Richard Teasdale in 198; also a 
son, Roger Gilday, a daughter, Susan 
Johnson; a grandson, Shane Gilday, a 
great granddaughter, Miah Durk; two 
sisters, Helen and Marie and three 
brothers, Robert, Daniel and David. 
Funeral services with Mass of 
Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m., 
Feb. 24, at St. Peter Church, in 
Antioch. Interment followed in 
Ascension Cemetery, Llbertyville. 
Visitation was held from 4 until 8 
p.m., Feb. 23 at the Strang Funeral 
Home of Antioch. Those desiring may 
make contributions to the Antioch 
Rescue Squad in her memory. 



MYRTLE I. JENSEN 

Born: Aug. 17, 1915; in Alma, Wis. 

Died: Feb. 24, 2006; at Libertyville 
Manor 

A member of First Presbyterian 
Church in Libertyville, dedicated 
mother and grandmother 

LIBERTYVILLE-Myrtle I.Jensen, 



age 90 of Libertyville, passed away 
Friday, Feb. 24, 2006 at the 
Libertyville Manor. 

Surviving are four children, 
Katherine Gibson of Portland, Ore., 
Kenneth (Mary) Jensen of Lake Villa, 
Mary (Robert) Mulcrone of 
Vancouver, Wash, and William (Pam) 
Jensen of Grayslake; four grandchil- 
dren; two great-grandchildren; and a 
sister. She is preceded in death by 
her husband, Harry in 1995; by a 
grandson, and six brothers. 

Visitation was on Feb. 27 from 4 
p.m. until the time of service at 6:30 
p.m. at the Burnett-Dane Funeral 
Home in Libertyville, with the Rev. 
Dr. Brian R. Paulson, officiating. 
Interment was at Lakeside 
Cemetery. Memorial contributions 
can be made to the First 
Presbyterian Church.. 



MICHAEL R.PEC0RAR0 

Bom: Dec. 17, 1945 
Died: Feb. 22, 2006; in Kenosha, Wis. 
He worked for Truckers of America in 
Russell 

TREVOR, WIS.-MichaelR. 
Pecoraro, 60, of Trevor, Wis., for- 
merly of Chicago, passed away 



peacefully, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 
2006 at Heartland Health Care 
Center in Kenosha, Wis. He was born 
the son of the late Michael and 
Catheline (Thayer) Pecoraro. He 
worked for Truckers of America, in 
Russell, as a maintenance man. 

He is survived by his friend, 
Barbara Szczesny of Trevor, Wis. 

Graveside service was held at 
12:30 p.m., Feb. 25 at Liberty 
Cemetery in Salem Township, Wis. 
Arrangements were entrusted to 
Strang Funeral Home. 



LEIDA ALJAS 



Bom: Nov. 17, 1913 
Died: Feb. 24, 2006, in Vernon Hills 
Member of Estonian House in 
Lincolnshire 

VERNON HILLS-LeidaAljas, 92, of 
Vernon Hills, passed away Friday, 
Feb. 24, 2006 at her home. She was 
a member of the Estonian House in 
Lincolnshire. 

Surviving are her husband, ■ 
Valentin Alias and her niece, Svea 
(the late Gary) Tracy, both of Vernon 
Hills; two nephews, Gunnar (Tiiu) 
Kreis and Sven (Aime) Kreis, both of 
Estonia; her great nieces, and great 



nephews. Also surviving are many 
other loving family members in the 
U.S. and Estonia. 

A memorial service was held at 3 
p.m., Feb. 16 in Vernon Hills with the 
Rev. Lynne E, Savidis, officiating. 
Arrangements were entrusted to the 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville. 



donald j. McAllister 

Bom: March 12, 1955; In Chicago 
Died* Feb. 20, 2006 in Pleasant 

Prairie, Wis. 
He was an avid Chicago Bears fan 

LAKEVILLA-Donald J. McAllister, 
50 of Lake Villa, passed away unex- 
pectedly, Monday, Feb. 20, 2006 at 
St. Catherine's Medical Campus 
West in Pleasant Prairie, Wis. He was 
born in Chicago, the son of the late 
John H. and Marian (Schodtler) 
McAllister. Don had been a member 
of the River Park Loyal Order of the 
Moose Lodge 2578. 

Survivors include his two broth- 
ers, John (Debbie) of Spring Grove 
and Thomas of Lake Villa; his niece, 
Amy (Matt) Fisher, his nephew, Brian 
McAllister and he will also be missed 
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parent, he is preceded in death by a 
sister, Mary Kay.- 

Funeral services and interment 
was private. Arrangements were en- 
trusted to the Strang Funeral Home 
ofAntioch. 



RUDOLPH F. STEPAN SR. 

Born: April 19, 1914 

Died: Feb. 21, 2006; in Barrington 

He loved to fish and hunt 

ANTIOCH-Rudolph F. Stepan Sr., 

91, of Antioch, passed away Tuesday, 
Feb. 21, 2006 at Good Shepherd 
Hospital in Barrtngton. He was bom 
in Chicago, the son of the late 
Rudolph F. and Mary (HeleBrant) 
Stepan. On June 16, 1945, he married 
Virginia Falcone in Chicago. 

Survivors include his wife of over 
60 years, Virginia and his son, 
Rudolph F. (Carol) Stepan Jr. of 
Antioch 

Funeral service was held at 10 
a.m., Feb. 25, at the Strang Funeral ' 
Home of Antioch with Interment in 
Hillside Cemetery. Visitation was 
from 4 to 8 p.m., Feb. 24. 

HERMAN DRECOLL 

Died: Feb. 17, 2006 

SODDY DAISY, TENN.-Herman 
Drecoll, passed away Feb. 17, 2006. 

He is preceded in death by his 
mother and father, Henry and Emma 
Drecoll; three brothers, Bill Drecoll, 
Fred Drecoll, Ernest Drecoll; two sis- 
ters, Louise Washburn, Helen 
Lincoln, Sister-in-law, Betty Drecoll, 
nieces and nephews. 

JOAN ALICE FIORITO 

Bom: July 31, 1944 
Died: Feb. 17, 2006 ; 
A member of the Grant Township 
Republican Club 

CHICAGO-Joan Alice Fiorito, 61 of 
Chicago, died Feb. 17, 2006 at home, 
after a long illness. She was a mem- 
ber of the Grant Township ' 
Republican Club, serving as vice 
president in 2000 and president in 
2001 and 2002. She liked country 
music and was a lifelong Chicago 
White Sox and Chicago Bears fan. 

She is survived by the love of her 
life, Vernon Mennemeyer, her chil- 
dren and their families, Juli and John 
McCarthy, Linda Danca and Steve 
Strozewski, Frank Pantco and 
Rahcel Valle, Michael Panico, 



Katherine McCarthy, Victoria 
Panico, Angeline Danca, Jayden 
Panico, Joseph Danca and Abigail 
Panico; her goddaughter, Aurora 
Zimmerman; her twin brother, 
brothers, and her sisters; dozens of 
nieces and nephews and drea 
friends too numerous to count. She 
is preceded in death by her father, 
John Fiorito; and a brother. 

Family and friends were invited 
to gather in celebration of her life at 
a memorial service, Feb. 24, at 6 p.m. 
at Maravela's, in Fox Lake. In lieu of 
flowers, memorial contributions can 
be made to the Susan G. Komen 
Breast Cancer Foundation. 



RICHTER 'RICK' PAULY 

Bom: Feb. 17, 1928 

Died: Feb. 26, 2006, in Fox Lake 

Member of the U.S. Coast Guard 

FOX LAKE -Richter "Rick" Pauly, 
age 78, a longtime resident of Fox 
Lake.died Sunday, Feb. 26, 2006 at 
home. He was born on Feb. 17, 1928 
in Chicago to Richter and Mildred 
(nee Druhn) Pauly, and had been a 
former member of the U.S. Coast 
Guard. He was employed with 
Meier's Masterbuilt Fence Co. for 
many years, (now Meier's Outdoor 
World) until three months ago when 
he retired due to his illness. Working 
on cars, building models, watching 
western movies, and helping his chil- 
dren were the v/ays he enjoyed 
spending his time. 

Survivors include, his children, 
Gene Ladd of South Carolina, Vickie 
Greenwald of Richmond, Nancy 
(Paul) Bartell of Spring Grove, 
Richter F. (Michelle) Richter Jr. of 
Trevor, Wis., Michelle Henderson of 
Florida and Kimberly (Eric) 
Themansori of Trevor, Wis.; 11 grand- 
children; seven great grandchildren; 
and by his aunt, Irma Druhn of 
Wisconsin. He is preceded in death 
by a daughter, Susan Pauly, his par- 
ents and by his former wife, Elgene 
(nee Nemec) Pauly. 

Visitation was from 5 to 9 p.m., 
March 2 at the K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home in Fox Lake (The Chapel on the 
Lake). Funeral service was con- 
ducted at 7 p.m. on March 2 at the 
funeral home with Rev. Lisle 
Kauffman officiating to which all 
were invited to attend. Interment 
was privately held on March 3. 

Memorials for the American 
Cancer Society, Lake County, 100 
Tri-State International-No. 125, 
Lincolnshire, IL 60069 or for Condell 
Hospice, 115 W. Church St., 



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MARILYN B.0BENAUF 

Bom: April 9, 1952 
Died: Feb. 27, 2006 
Loving mother arid grandmother 

ISLAND LAKE-Marilyn B. Obenauf, 
53, of Island Lake, passed away Feb. 
27, 2006 at home. Born April 9, 1952 
In Highwood. 

Beloved wife of Michael B. Fagan; 
loving mother of Daniel (Tracy) 
Obenauf and stepmother of Michael 
and Matthew Fagan; cherished 
grandmother of Alex, Zach, Madison, 
Emme, Chase and Damon; daughter 
of Elizabeth and (the late) Edwin 
Obenauf; fond sister of Alan (Judy), 
Vicki (Ron) Whitehead, Jayme 
(Peggy), Don, Gerald, Tami, Patrick 
(Dawn), Mike and Andrew; many 
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 

Visitation was held from 3 to 9 
p.m., March 2 at the Kisselburg- 
Wauconda Funeral Home, 235 N. 
Main St., in Wauconda. Prayer serv- 
ice will be held at 9:30 a.m., Friday, 
March 3, at the funeral chapel. A 
Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m., 
Friday, March 3 at the 
Transfiguration Parish, 348 W. Mill 
St., in Wauconda. Interment will be 
private at St. Mary Cemetery in 
Buffalo Grove. In lieu of flowers, 
memorial contributions can be 
made to the American Cancer 
Society. 



Friday, March 3, 2006 • Page D17 



Amy, Jennifer and Amber, Kally and 
Kara, and Jordon and Josh; and a sis- 
ter, Maryann of Chicago. He was pre- 
ceded in death by his parents, 
Joseph and Frances, and his wife of 
51 years, Arlene on Feb. 14, 2005. 
There will be a Memorial Service, 

-O Recent Deaths 

ERNEST W.BONGRATZ, 79, of 
Antioch, Feb. 9, 2006. Am Ringa 
Funeral Home, Lake Villa 

CLEMENT MURESAN, 99, of Antioch, 
Feb. 15, 2006. Arr: Strang Funeral 
Home ofAntioch 

ALFRED GLAVES JR., 88 of tycCook, 
Neb. Feb. 11, 2006. Arr: Burnett- 
Dane Funeral Home, Libertyvitle 

JAMESR.GATHMAN,58of 
Libertyvitle, Feb. 14, 2006. Am 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 
Libertyvitle 

SOPHIE R.VALN0HA, 63 of Round 
Lake Beach, Feb. 14, 2006. Am 
Justen's Round Lake Funeral Home 

HARRYF.TlEMANSR,86of 
LibertyvilIe,Feb.7,2006.Am 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 
Llbertyville 

HENRY «SY T SEIDa, 95, of Ingleside, 
Feb. 17, 2006. Am K. K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home, Fox Lake 




LEONARD J. KIBITLEWSKI 

Bom: Sept. 19, 1928 
Died Feb. 24, 2006 
We served in the Army during the 
Korean War 

INGLESIDE- 
Leonard J. 
Kibitlewski, 77, a 

longtime resi- 
dent of Ingleside 
and Round Lake, passed away Feb. 
24, 2006 at Sheridan Health Care 
- Center in Zion. He was born Sept. 19, 
1928 in Chicago. Leonard served in 
the Army during the Korean War as a 
Staff Sergeant. He was also very ac- 
tive in scouting. 

He is survived by his children; 
Sue Patterson of Gurnee, John 
(Carye) of Burlington, Wis., Mike 
(Lisa) of Fox Lake, Tom of Round 
Lake, Brian (Kathy) of Grayslake, Paul 
(Sandy) of Wioldwood and Dave 
(Kathryn) of Round Lake; his grand- 
children, Bryon and Jason, Eric and 



SERGIO RUIZ SR., 49, of Vernon Hills, 
Feb. 17, 2006. Am Burnett-Dane 
Funeral Home, Libertyvitle 

RUTH ANN ZliELiNSKI, 61 of Antioch, 
Feb. 16, 2006. Am Strang Funeral 
Home of Antioch 

JANE F. JOHNSON, 84 of Wayzata, 
Minn., formerly of Libertyville. Feb. 
18, 2006. Am Burnett-Dane 



Saturday, March 4 at 11 a.m. at the 
Gumee Community Church, 4555 Old 
Grand Ave. Burial will be private. In 
lieu of flowers, memorials may be 
made to the family for arrangements 
at a later date. Arrangements were 
entrusted to the Marsh Funeral Home. 



Funeral Home, Libertyville 

GEORGETTA V.FRITZ, 68 of 
Libertyville, Feb. 8, 2006. Am 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 
Libertyville 

GERALDINE S. FABBRI, 80 of 
Grayslake, Feb, 8, 2006. Am 
Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 
Libertyville 

EUGENE V. HEIR, 8L, of McHenry, 
Feb. 17, 2006. Arr: K. K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home, Fox Lake 

DAVID R. HERRICK.49 of Palm Beach 
Gardens, Fla,, Feb. 13, 2006. Am 
Howard-Price Funeral Home, 
North Palm Beach, Fla. 

JASON SHAWN HOLMES, 35, of 
Chicago, formerly of Antioch, Feb. 
15, 2006. Am Cooney Funeral. 
Home, Chicago 

ANNE M. HARRISON, 87 of Fox Lake, 
Jan. 12, 2006. Am Moss Feaster 
Funeral Home, Serenity Gardens 
Chapel, Largo, Fla. 

MARTIN 'MARTY CHARLES 
MARKER, 65, of McHenry, Feb. 20, 
2006. Am K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home, Fox Lake 

BERTHA IONAZAUNSKI, 83 of 
Round Lake Park, Feb. 12, 2006, 
Am Justen's Round Lake Funeral 
Home 



IN APPRECIATION 

I would like to thank all the families I served at their time 
of need. After 5 1/2 years, I am no longer associated with the 
K. K. Hamsher Funeral Home, I look forward to the path the 
future holds of service, 

Respectfully, 
Ralph Schultz 



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Republican 8th Congression- 
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nold, Robert- Churchill, Aaron 
Lincoln, David McSweeney, and 
James Mitchell went head to 
head on the issues at the League 
of Women Voters of Lake Coun- 
ty and American Association of 
University Women's candidate 
forum in Grayslake. 

; The candidates made the 
case for why they stand head 
and shoulders above their fel- 
low contenders during their 
opening remarks. 

Jim Mitchell billed himself 
as a community servant who, 
like voters, is "fed up with cor- 
ruption, weak immigration pol- 
icies and weak answers for do- 
mestic security." 

Ken Arnold described him- 
self as a person of substance 
and fresh, innovative ideas. He 
enjoys it when people hear his 
thoughts on myriad topics and 
say "Wow, I never thought of 
that before." 

Aaron Lincoln called on vot- 
ers to select him in order to 
make a difference in the politi- 
cal process. "Choose me as 
someone who you can be proud 
of, not just the lesser of two 
evils." 

David McSweeney focused 
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for businesses and individuals, 
focus on creating new jobs, 
making President Bush's tax 
cuts permanent and reducing 
the deficit." 

Robert Churchill touted his 
experience in Springfield and 
his in-depth knowledge of the 
"thoughts and needs of the peo- 
ple." 

In a dramatic show of Re- 
publican solidarity, Teresa Bar- 
tels, one-time 8th Congressional 
district candidate who recently 
bowed out of the race due to 
campaign fund considerations, 
was present to give an opening 
statement on behalf of Kathy 
Salvi. "Kathy is a mother, a 
business owner and someone 
who understands the issues 
that face families today," said 
Bartels. "We believe Kathy. Sal- 



vi has the best opportunity to 
face Melissa Bean in the 
November election and bring 
this district back to the Repub- 
lican Party." 

Taking cues from recent 
newspaper headlines, one of 
the most heated questions was 
on the issue of port security 
outsourcing. All the candidates 
agreed that it was a sensitive 
issue that needed to be further 
investigated. Churchill said 
while there is a need to be sensi- 
tive to the Arab community, the 
United States should be in 
charge of its own security. 
Aaron Lincoln took a more 
global view saying that if the 
United States expects to do run 
businesses in other countries it 
has to be open to letting others 
do the same here. 

When the issue of lobbying 
came up, all candidates dis- 
closed that none of .them have 
lobbyists working on their cam- 
paign. 

Regarding the ethics scan- 
dals that have rocked the 
Republican Party in the last 
months each candidate had 
ideas of how to remedy the situ- 
ation. Bob Churchill suggested 
that fundraising should cease 
in Washington, D.C., and candi- 
dates should be expected to 
raise funds in their home dis- 
tricts alleviating earmark ex- 
pectations. 

Jim Mitchell and Aaron 
Lincoln, who lag behind the 
other candidates in campaign 
cash, pointed. to their grass- 
roots movements as visible 
proof of their integrity. "We 
need somebody who is not nec- 
essarily a millionaire but some- 
body with the wherewithal to 
run for office and effectively 
reach many people across the 
district," said Aaron Lincoln. 

Jim Mitchell added, "I'm 
running my own campaign. 
Part of it is a personal state- 
ment to say I don't need money 
to run a successful campaign." 

The winner of the Republi- 
can nomination will run for the 
8th Congressional seat against 
freshman Democratic Repre- 
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Qwmberlain reprised his priestly role as Father Ralph de Bricas- 
sart in The Thorn Bhxis: The Missing Years (1996), and appeared in 
another mini-series, Too Rich: The Start Life of Doris Dtike, in 1999. 
In 2003, at 69, he published his autobiography, Shattered Love. Last 
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Jason Lee went from movies to TV. 




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Rising Sun," "We Gotta Get Out of This Place," "Done Let 
Me Be Misunderstood") and later the 70s runk powerhouse 
band War C'Spill the Wine," "The Cisco Kid/' "Why Cant 
We Be Friends") — remains very active in music He recently 
released a blues album, SW of a Man, and is rehearsing for an 
upcoming world tour. Burdon, 67, loves the freedom of his life 
now, as opposed to the '60s, "I didn't quite like that period," he 
confesses. "All of the freedom I had experienced earlier was taken 
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folk and the popular Big Band swing of post-World War II, Tejano now 
encompasses a broad, eclectic swath of influences from country to rock 'n' 
roll and hip-hop. "I know what I want my sound to be, and I know what 
the fans expect of me," says Lares, who tours primarily throughout Texas 
on weekends. 'To the fans, the most important thing is that you're true 
to yourself musically." 

Lares, who is single and lives in San Antonio, is Tejano's reigning 
female entertainer and female vocalist, a double-category victory she 
also won in 2002 and 2004. When the 2006 Tejano Music Awards are 
presented March 18 in Eagle Pass, Texas, Lares will vie for three more 
trophies: female entertainer, female vocalist and album of the year. 

'One woitl can describe Shelly, dynamite" says Robert Arellano, chair- 
man of the Texas Talent Musicians Association. "She comes onstage with lots 
of energy and charisma." 

When Lares emerged in the late 1980s, Tejano music was dominated by 
all-male bands. Only a few female singers were making waves at the time, 
including Laura Canales, sometimes known as 'Tejano's Barbra Streisand," 
and Selena, die 23-year-old rising star whose career was tragically cut short in 
1993 when she was shot and kilted by lier former fan club president. 

Selena's death brought national attention to Tejano music, and main- 
stream radio stations and their audiences found die genres diverse blend had 
appeal well beyond Texas. 

'Tejano music lias definitely been expanding," says Lares,. who, like 
many Tejano artists, sings in both Spanish and English. "Tejano artists 
are recording more in English and starting to get more airplay, especially 
on country radio stations in Texas." She teamed lost year with two of the 
format's other top female stars, Eiida Reyna and Stefani Montiel, to form 
the group Las 3 Divas, which entertained U.S. military troops on a tour 
of Guam, Korea and Japan. The trio also recorded an album that was 
nominated for a Grammy. Lares was such a hit on the tour that she was 
invited to return solo later this year. 

Despite Tejano's growing national profile and lier own success, Lares is 
down to earth and uses her talents to help others. She does charity work with 
youth organizations, and last year volunteered as a substitute teacher upon 
learning diat local scliools were in need. 

Irene says her daughter is a superstar in die maki ng who always remem- 
bers die hard work and support from fans and family that got her there. "Her 
dad told her eariy on, 'It takes everybody to get you where you are — it's not 
just about you,"' lier mother recalls. "She's never forgotten that." °$ 

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"On a good day we make about 60 gallons," says Morse, 58, the seventh generation 
of his family to practice the spring ritual. "One time we made 90, and that was 
working just about 'round the clock." 

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It's also a time-honored, family tradition. 

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to James Morse, who settled near the present-day 
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"He loved it," says Burr Morse of .his father, as 
he tends a long shallow stainless steel pan of boiling 
syrup and plumes of fragrant steam rise through a 
vent atop the one-room, wood-sided sugarhouse. "He 
was one of those natural sugar makers." 

Making maple syrup is an intense, sometimes 
Burr Morse mans the evaporator, bleary-eyed ritual that begins in early March and 
lasts four to six weeks. When the key ingredients for a sap run come together- — 
freezing nights and warm days — Morse, his son Tom, 26, and brother Elliott, 67, boil 
like crazy, until the sap tapers off and the maple trees start to bud in April. 

On the Morse Farm, sap is boiled at least two hours to evaporate excess water, 
leaving a thick, delectable liquid that's drizzled over pancakes, waffles and biscuits. 
"It's wonderful as a topping on vanilla ice cream, coo," Burr says. 

While sugaring season usually starts in earnest in early March, the work begins 
weeks earlier. As cross-country skiers glide by snow-covered trails, the Morses tromp 
through the woods on snowshoes or ride snowmobiles to check taps and five miles 
of small plastic tubing chat draws sap from some 4,000 trees. Farmers traditionally 





collected sap in buckets using horse-drawn sleighs, but most large producers now 
use tubing and vacuum pumps to carry sap to the sugarhouse. 

"Using buckets was more social in a way," Burr concedes, but he doesn't miss 
slogging through the snow toting 3- and 5-gallon buckets full of sap. "It was 
hard work." 

Despite such tiresome chores, Morse has fond childhood memories of sugarin' 
time and traditions that accompanied the annual event. "We'd boil hot dogs in 
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Today, sugarin' time remains a social occasion 
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flow, family members and friends gather to stoke 
the fire, boil sap and offer free tours of the 75- 
year-old sugarhouse. 

When talking with visitors, Morse keeps 
a keen eye on the pan of boiling sap while 
feeding wood. chips into the furious fire below. 
On average, 40 gallons of- sap must be boiled 
to produce one gallon of syrup, which can fetch 
$40 to $50, depending on its grade. The Morses 
make 800 to 1,000 gallons of syrup a year. 

Like many Vermonters, Morse prefers the 
"medium amber" grade syrup over the "fancy" 
grade, the light golden standard. Maple syrup 
lovers can suit their own tastes during traditional 
"Sugar on Snow" events across the state in spring, 
when hot maple sugar is poured on crisp, clean 
snow and served with doughnuts, coffee— and 
often a, dill pickle. 

"It's sweet and sour," says Morse, who'll stick 
with doughnuts. "Some damn Yankee added the 
pickle," he adds with a laugh. Zf 

Andrew Nemetby is a writer in Adamant, Vt. 

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Janet Helm is a dietitian and nutrition consultant in 
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Mixed Berry Whole-Grain Coffee Cake 

Packing 3 grams of fiber per serving, this coffee cake is great for brunch or as 
a snack. The recipe is provided by Green Mountain at Box Run, a women's 
retreat for healdw living widiout dieting, in Ludlow, Vt. 

3 tablespoons butter 

I cup quick-cooking oats 

I and 1/4 cups all-purpose flour, divided 

1/4 cup brown sugar 

I cup whole wheat flour 

3/4 cup sugar 

1/4 cup vegetable oil 

I cup skim milk 

I tablespoon baking powder 

I teaspoon cinnamon 

1/2 teaspoon salt 

I egg, slightly beaten 

I 1 2-ounce bag frozen, unsweetened mixed berries, 

thawed and drained, or 2 cups fresh berries 
1/4 cup chopped walnuts 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease, or coat with cooking spray, a 9-inch round or square cake pan. Mix 
butter, oats, 1/4 cup of the all-purpose flour and brown sugar in small bowl with a fork or pastry cutter until 
crumbly. Set aside. Combine whole wheat flour, remaining cup of all-purpose flour, sugar, oil, milk, baking 
powder, cinnamon, salt and egg In large bowl. Beat mixture with whisk or mixer for I to 2 minutes, until well 
blended. Stir fn berries. Spread half the batter In pan and sprinkle half the oat mixture on top. Add remaining 
batter and sprinkle with remaining oat mixture and walnuts. Bake 40 to 45 minutes or until toothpick inserted 
in the center comes out clean. Serve warm. Serves 12. 





Wild Rice Waffles 

Bonnie Ponstein of the Red Bluff Cottage Bed and 
Breakfast in Montgomery, Ala,, says she usually doubles 
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provides 4 grams of fiber per waffle. 

1/2 cup unbleached flour 
1/2 cup whole wheat flour 

1 and 3/4 cups cooked wild rice, well 
drained 

1/3 cup dried cherries or dried cranberries 

2 tablespoons sugar 
2 teaspoons baking powder 
1/2 teaspoon baking soda 
1/4 teaspoon salt 

1 and 1/4 cups buttermilk 

2 large eggs, separated 
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In a large bowl, mix flours, rice, 
cherries, sugar, baking powder, bak- 
ing soda and salt until combined. In 
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until well combined. Add buttermilk 
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ahead : and refrigerated.] Beat egg 
whites in a separate bowl, then 
slowly fold into batter. Ladle bat- 
ter onto preheated, greased waffle 
iron; cook until browned and slightly 
crisp. Serve with fresh fruit and 
warm maple syrup. Yield: 4 waffles. 



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Yogurt and Granola Parfaits 
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This rccii)e from Pit Food: Ealing Well for Lifeby Ellen Haas 
(Hariierieigh Press, 2005) highlights the adaptability of 
whole grains. Each parfait has 4 grams of fiber, 

Granola: 

2 cups rolled oats 

1/4 cup sliced almonds 

1/4 cup honey 

1/4 cup molasses 

2 tablespoons water 

I and 1/2 tablespoons vegetable oil 

1/4 teaspoon cinnamon 

3/4 cup raisins 

Blueberry sauce: 

1 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen 
Juice of 1/2 lemon 

2 to 4 tablespoons sugar 

Parfaits: 

I cup cubed cantaloupe 

I cup blueberries 

4 cups plain, nonfat yogurt 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine oats and 
almonds in a medium bowl. In a small saucepan, 
combine honey, molasses, water, vegetable oil and 
cinnamon. Heat through, stirring for about I minute. 
Pour over oat mixture and stir to blend. Spread on 
a baking sheet and toast, stirring every 10 minutes 
until golden-crisp, about 30 minutes. Remove from 
oven and add raisins. Cool completely before serving. 
Store in an airtight container for up to three weeks in 
the refrigerator or at room temperature. 

Puree berries In a blender with lemon juice. 
Blend in sugar by the tablespoonful, tasting after 
each addition, until desired degree of sweetness is 
reached. Strain through a fine strainer, pressing with 
a rubber spatula to release the juices. 

Layergranola, cantaloupe, blueberries and yogurt 
in glasses; drizzle with blueberry sauce. Serves 8. 



Whole Wheat Muffins 

For a break&st-on-tbe-run, whip up a batch of these 
muffins the night before. Each muffin provides 2 grams 
of fiber. From The Ultimate Muffin Book Mm Than 600 
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I and 3/4 cups whole wheat flour 
3/4 cup all-purpose flour 

1 tablespoon baking powder 
1/2 teaspoon salt 

2 large eggs, at room temperature 
1/3 cup honey 

1/3 cup maple syrup 

3/4 cup milk 

1/3 cup canola oil 

2 teaspoons vanilla extract 

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray a 12-cup muffin 
tin with cooking spray or insert paper liners into 
cups. Whisk together whole wheat flour, all-pur- 
pose flour, baking powder and salt until well blend- 
ed. In a large bowl, whisk eggs until lightly beaten. 
Whjsk in honey and maple syrup until smooth, 
about 30 seconds. Whisk in milk, oil and vanilla. Stir 
in flour mixture until incorporated. Fill prepared 
tins three-quarters full. Bake for 22 minutes, or 
until mufflns have rounded, cracked tops. Cool on a 
wire rack for 10 minutes. Remove muffins from tin 
and cool an additional 5 minutes on the rack before 
serving. Yield: 12 muffins. 

Variation: 

Whole Wheat Cranberry Walnut Muffins: Add 1/3 
cup dried cranberries and 1/3 cup chopped walnuts 
along with the whole wheat flour. 

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Boston Brown Bread is steamed rather than baked' 
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hold a coffee can. This recipe, which provides 2 grams 
of fiber per serving, is adapted from one provided by 
Bobs Red Mill Natural Foods of Milwaukie, Ore. 

1/2 cup rye flour 

1/2 cup whole wheat flour 

1/2 cup cornmeal, medium grind 

I teaspoon baking soda 

1 12 teaspoon salt 

1/3 cup dark molasses 

I cup buttermilk 

Mix flours, cornmeal, baking soda and salt in a 
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15 minutes. Remove bread from can and serve 
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Ever notice how 1 your party always 
encis up in the kitchen? That's 
because it's the heart of the 
home-— warm, casual, inviting and, 
of course, where the food is. But 
todayi we're surrounded with foods 
engineered to keep us out of the 
kitchen— frozen food, drive-thru 
windows and pizza delivery all 
conspire to minimize our time 
cooking. In this issue, "Dinner and 
a Movie" shows how the kitchen 
nurtures friendships. But the real- 
ity is, sometimes we don't always 
have time to cook — for those 
times, let the slow cooker do the 
work. That way you can be some- 
where else and come home to a 
good meal too. If that somewhere 
else happens to be Vermont, 
check out the maple syrup Frasier 
Cooper-Ellis has been making 
since he was 10— it comes from 
his kitchen and his heart. As I 
can't get to Vermont, i plan to relish 
a short stack with maple syrup . .' . 
in my kitchen. 

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Say It with Vegetables. 

Like it or not, March is devoid 
of holidays— at least ones that 
require cards and presents. 
So, what better time to send 
a card for no particular reason 
at all. We love the whimsical 
food people who grace the 
cards created by Patience 
Brewster. From a potato 
sporting flowers in her hair to 
a tutu-wearing eggplant, these 
are vegetables that will make 
you smile. For more informa- 
tion or a retailer near you, go 
to www.patiencebrewster.com. 




Fennel Facts. 

Fennel is a lot like celery, only 
better. It has the same crunchy 
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same kinds of dishes— mainly 
soups, stews and stuffings. But 
unlike celery, it doesn't play sec- 
ond fiddle to onions and carrots 
as its assertive anise-like flavor 
stands on its own. Fennel is in 
season fall through winter. It's 
great sauteed, braised or raw in 
salads. It brightens up our White 
Bean Soup on page 6. 




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merges local ingredients with new flavors and techniques. She also 
found some regional dishes still alive and well, such as Date Shakes 
in The Palm Dessert of California, Wild Rice Quiche in Minnesota and 
Macadamia Bread in Hawaii.* Nathan does an excellent job of high- 
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Spicy Udon Noodles with Shrimp 

This recipe, an instant hit with Lake Austin Spa Resort guests 
and staff, has just enough heat to get your attention, it is a 
multicolored and many-textured mosaic of quickly cooked 
fresh vegetables doused in a pungent Asian 'sauce before 
being tossed with fresh herbs, chewy noodles and crunchy 
toasted, peanuts. 

Zest and juice of 1 orange 
2 tablespoons hoisin sauce 

1 tablespoon low-sodium soy sauce 

2 teaspoons Asian chile paste- 
\Yi tablespoons sugar 

1 Vi tablespoons rice wine vinegar 

1 tablespoon roasted sesame oil 

1 tablespoon canola oil 

1 Vi tablespoons minced garlic 

1 Vi tablespoons minced fresh ginger 

6 cups mixed cut raw stir-fry vegetables 

(broccoli, bok choy. green onion, red bell pepper) 

8 ounces shrimp, peeled 

3 cups cooked udon noodles . 
Vu cup chopped fresh basil leaves 
M cup chopped fresh mint leaves 

M cup chopped fresh cilantro leaves 

1 . Combine orange zest and juice, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, chile 
paste, sugar and vinegar in a bowl; set aside. Combine sesame oil 
and canola oli In a small bowl. 

2. Heat oil mixture in a skillet over high heat Add garlic and ginger 
and stir-fry until they begin to color. Add mixed vegetables and 
shrimp and continue cooking for 1 to 2 minutes. 

3. Add noodles and reserved sauce. Cook for 1 minute. Add basil, 
mint and cilantro; toss to mix. Serve hot; garnish with peanuts. 
Serves 4. 

Per serving: 331 calories, 12g fat, 19g prat, 39g carbs., 0.5g fiber, 5S8mg sodium. 

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' Chef Terry Conlan doesn't want to make the best jjvj food pint: 
tevcreatca lie wants to make the best/cod you've ever eaten. That's 
a big statement from a down-to-earth; humble guy But Terry will 
remind you, he's from Texas, where everything is big. "Subdety is 
nor my deal— 1 like big flavors— big bold brigjit come-and-gct- 
youkindofstuE" 

When Terry showed up at the Like Austin Spa Resort in 
Austin. Texas. 16 years ago, he drcvvon his extensive experience 
creating European, Mexican and Caribbean cuisines— and his 
naniral indination for "leaner, cleaner" flavors. 

Besides manning die stoves at one of the country's top-ranked 
spas, Terr)' lias published two books— the mast recent of which, Chef Terry Conlan 
Frts/i. was named a finalist in the International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook 
Awards. The book reflects the spirit of die food at die spa: real food, full of flavor, drat is as lean 
and clean as it can be without compromising pleasure. 

Aldiough Terry is an advocate of minimally processed food, he's not a stickler. "If I can make 
a fantastic key lime pic with fat-free Cool Whip, I'm going to do it. If I use only all natural, it 
limits access to some great ingredients," he says. 

When you rnstc his cooking or use his recipes, it truly is inspiring— precisely because die 
last diingyou diinkof when you taste it is "spa food." This is food jou'll make over and over 
again— not because it's healthy, but.becausc it just tastes so dam good The fact tliat its good for 
you just nukes )t»u love it all die more. 1 



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tablespoons minced shallot 
small mushrooms, quartered 
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1. Combine first 3 Ingredients In a bowl and set aside. 

2. Season steaks with salt and pepper. Heat 1 teaspoon oil in heavy skillet. 
Cook steaks over medium-high heat to desired doneness. Remove steaks 
and set aside. 

3. Add remaining oil and shallots and cook, scraping to loosen crusted meat 
particles. Add mushrooms, 

4. Whisk stock mixture and thyme into the skillet. Cook, stirring, to sauce 
consistency. Add accumulated juices from the standing steaks. 

5. Serve steaks on warm plates with sauce and roasted potatoes. Serves 4. 
Per serving: 190 calories, 6g fat, 24gprot, 6g carbs., Og fiber, 470mg sodium. 

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Photos by Mark Boughton, 
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Orange Rice Pudding 
with Golden Raisins 

6 cups 2% low-fat milk 

Vz cup sugar 

H cup uncooked medium-grain rice- 

Vz cup golden raisins 

1 teaspoon grated orange rind 

Vz teaspoon ground nutmeg 

1. Combine milk, sugar and rice in a 
medium slow cooker. Cover and cook, 
stirring occasionally, on high for 3 to 3 )4 
hours or until creamy. Pudding will thicken 
as it cools. Stir in raisins and orange rind. 
Before serving, sprinkle with a dusting of 
nutmeg. Serves 8. 

Per serving: 162 calories, 3gfat,5g prot, 30g carbs* • 
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1 cup chopped fennel 
3 ; large leeks; thinly sliced 
1 (12-ounce) harh hock 
Vk teaspoon coarse black pepper 
7 . cups water 

3 cups coarsely chopped Swiss chard 
1 4 slices baguette {B ounces) 
1 cup (6 ounces) shredded Gruyere cheese 

1. Place beans, fennel, leeks, ham hock and pepper in a 
large slow cooker; Add 7 cups water. Cook on high for 
5 to 6 hours or. until beans are soft. Add another cup 
water if needed; 

2. If desired, mash some of beans with a potato mash 
to make a creamy consistency. Stir In chard and cook 
another 15 minutes.: 

3. Remove ham hock. Strip lean meat from hock and 
place in beans. 

U. To prepare croutons, arrange cheese over bread. Broil 
until cheese. is melted and bubbly. 

5. Ladle Into bowls and top with croutons. Serves 7. 

I Per serving: 470 calories, Kg fat, ZOproL. 63? carbs, T7g fiber, 380mg sodium. 





Chicken in Tomato-Peanut Sauce 

6 boneless, skinless chicken thighs 

Vk cup unseasoned dry bread crumbs 

2 tablespoons vegetable oil 

1 cup diced onion 

Vz cup diced red bell pepper 

1 (U-ounce) can diced tomatoes, undrained 
Va cup peanut butter 

2 garlic cloves, crushed 

2 tablespoons brown sugar 

2 tablespoons soy sauce 

V6 teaspoon crushed red pepper, or to taste 
Vz cup canned lower sodium, chicken broth 

3 tablespoons coarsely chopped dry roasted peanuts 
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1. Dredge chicken in bread crumbs. In a large 
nonstick skillet heat oil over medium-high 
heat. Add chicken and cook until golden 
brown on both sides. Transfer to a medium- 
size slow cooker. 

2. Add onion and bell pepper to skillet; cook 
4 minutes. Stir in tomatoes, peanut but- 
ter, garlic, sugar, soy sauce, red pepper and 
broth. Spoon over chicken. 

3. Cover and cook on low for 3 hours or until 

chicken is tender, Serve with peanuts and 

cilantro. Serves 6. 

Per serving: 354 calories, 22g fat, 22g prot, 19g carb&, 
3g fiber. 848mg sodium 

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Gab, girlfriends and good grub— what could be better? 

"Its nowhere near the invesmient of a book club, and it's a lot more fun," 
I tell folks. " 1 t" is my video group, which consists of five very special friends 
and myself who get together once a month for dinner and a movie. 

1 1 works like this: the second Tuesday of each month we get together at 
the host's house. The host rotates and is responsible for choosing the movie 
and making the meal. Initially die food was just snacks— popcorn, M&M's 
and the like- -but over the years, die meals became more elaborate— some- 
times even matching the theme of the movie. Heart)' beefy borscht accom- 
panied The Ritssiam are Coming, and pounded "chick" (chicken breasts) took 
center stage for Million Dollar Baby, But diat doesn't mean we're all elaborate 
cooks. One gal orders carry out, and another assembles something yummy 
widi the help of a specialty foods market. But dien, the food really isn't die 
point. Come to think of it, neither is the movie. I t's about die friendship. 
So, we cat dinner, chitchat, dien settle into our movie. Sometimes we have 
lengthy discussions about the film we watched; sometimes not Sometimes 
we laugh: sometimes we cry and go home in silence. The good thing is there 
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Pasta with Bolognese Sauce 

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1 cup chopped onion 

Vi cup chopped carrot 

1 pound ground pork 

k ounces minced country ham 

1 cup dry white wine 

1 (28-ounce) can crushed tomatoes 
Yt teaspoon salt 

Vz teaspoon pepper 

Yi cup whole milk 

2 garlic cloves, crushed 

Vz cup chopped fresh parsley 

6 cups hot cooked fusilli or long pasta 



Butterscotch-White Chocolate Biscotti 

These Italian cookies are perfect for munching through a movie. Serve with vanilla ice cream. 



1. Melt butter In a large skillet, add onion and 
carrot, and saute until tender. Add pork and 
ham, and cook for 5 minutes. Add wine, and 
cook until absorbed. Add tomatoes, salt and 
pepper, and simmer, covered, for 1 hour. Add 
milk, garlic and parsley and cook 15 minutes 
longer. Serve over pasta. Serves 6. 

Per serving: 545 calories, 22g fat. 26g prat, 51g carbs,, 4g 
fiber, 702mg sodium. 

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bottoms trimmed, halved 
1 tablespoon soy sauce 
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard 
M cup maple syrup 
H teaspoon salt 

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1 tablespoon vegetable oil 
1 small onion, cut into slivers 
1 red bell pepper, cut into thin 

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LEGALNOTIGE 

NOTICE is hereby given that on Tuesday, March 21, 2006, at the listed Polling Places in the various precincts in Lake County, Illinois, 
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Dated at Waukegan, Illinois, February 28, 2006. 




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Dear Lake County Voter: 

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We are pleased to provide this Voter Information Guide which lists all the candidates and referenda for the 
March 21 , 2006 General Primary Election. We are also excited to inform you about the new ADA accessible Au- 
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law permits any registered voter to vote early beginning 22 days prior to Election Day. Early voting for the March 
primary begins February 27, 2006 and ends March 16, 2006. The early voting locations are listed on page 32 
of this guide. 

Your red, white and blue voter card lists the federal, state and local districts for which you are entitled to 
vote. County and statewide offices common to all Lake County voters are not listed on your voter card. Use the 
local voting districts list to find the candidates and public questions which are applicable to you. If you have not 
received your voter card, call us at 847-377-2410 for assistance. Only persons who are registered to vote in 
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FEDERAL OFFICES 
TO BE NOMINATED 

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 
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DEMOCRATIC.-... 5 

REPUBLICAN. 13 

10th Congressional District 

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REPUBLICAN... 13 

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REPUBLICAN.. "...13 

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REPUBLICAN.. 13 



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DEMOCRATIC 5 

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DEMOCRATIC 6 

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DEMOCRATIC ..6 

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STATE REPRESENTATIVE 
62nd Representative District 

DEMOCRATIC... ....6 

REPUBLICAN 14 

STATE CENTRAL 

COMMITTEE OFFICES 

TO BE NOMINATED 

8th Congressional District 

DEMOCRATIC 6 

REPUBLICAN...... 13 

10th Congressional District 

DEMOCRATIC 6 

REPUBLICAN 13 

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SANITARY DISTRICTS 

DEMOCRATIC ..6 

REPUBLICAN........ 14 

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LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

MEMBERS 

DEMOCRATIC .7-8 

REPUBLICAN 15 

••• 

LAKE COUNTY OFFICES 
TO BE NOMINATED 

COUNTY CLERK 

DEMOCRATIC 7 

REPUBLICAN 14 

TREASURER 

DEMOCRATIC 7 

REPUBLICAN 15 



* Visit our website at 

wwwxo.lake.il.us/cntyclk 

to see a sample of your official ballot. 

On our homepage, click on 

"What's on My Ballot?" 



SHERIFF 

DEMOCRATIC 7 

REPUBLICAN........ 15 

REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT 
OF SCHOOLS 

DEMOCRATIC .7 

REPUBLICAN , 15 

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JUDGES OF THE 

CIRCUIT COURT 

TO BE NOMINATED 

DEMOCRATIC 6 

REPUBLICAN 14 

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OFFICES TO BE ELECTED 

PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN 

DEMOCRATIC 8-12 

REPUBLICAN. 16-20 

THE CITY OF LAKE FOREST 

Alderman- 
Wards 1,2,3,4 20 

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REFERENDA 21-25 

••• 

POLLING PLACES 26-30 

••• 

EARLY VOTING 

LOCATIONS & HOURS 32 




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Bill of Rights for 
Lake County Voters 



You have the right to: 



©Cast your ballot in a non-disruptive atmosphere free of 
i n tt*r fe>rprt r e* 



interference. 

Vote if you're in line by 7 p.m. 



|^g Vote by provisional ballot if your registration is not 
found. 



(Ell Vote at your old polling place if you have moved within 
30 days of the election. 

Request assistance in voting, if you qualify. 

Bring newspaper endorsements or sample ballots into the 
voting booth, but take them with you when you 
finish voting. 

Protect the secrecy of your ballot. 

-EI R ece i ye a new ballot if you make a mistake or change 
your mind. 

•m Screen your ballot after voting to ensure it's complete and 
correct. 



Have your ballot counted fairly and impartially. 




If you believe these rights have been violated, call the 
Lake County Clerk's office at 847-377-2328. 



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FEDERAL 



FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS- 
EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
(Vote for One) 

CD Melissa Bean 

CD - 

Write-)n 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS- 
TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
(Vote for One) 

^ Daniel J. Seals 



CD 



Write-In 



o 


Zane Smith 


CD 




Write-In 


STATE . 




FOR GOVERNOR 




(Vote for One) 


<o 


Rod R. Blagojevich 


CD 


Edwin Eisendrath 


CD 




Write-In 




FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 




(Vote for One) 


CD 


Pat Quinn 



FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL 
(Vote for One) 

O Lisa Madigan 

CD 

Write-In 

FOR SECRETARY OF STATE 
(Vote for One) 

CD Jesse White 

CD : 

Write-In 

FOR COMPTROLLER 
(Vote for One) 

CD Daniel W. Hynes 

CD , . 

Write-In 

FORTREASURER 
(Vote for One) 

O Alexander Giannoulias 
CD Paul L Mangieri 
CD 



Write-In 



STATE SENATOR 



FOR STATE SENATOR -TWENTY-SEVENTH 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Peter Gutzmer 



CD 

Write-In 



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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO BE 

VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE 

COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 



FOR STATE SENATOR -THIRTIETH 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Terry Link 

CD 

Write-In 

FOR STATE SENATOR -THIRTY-FIRST 
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Michael Bond 

CD 

Write-In 



STATE REPRESENTATIVE 



FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
FIFTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Amanda Howland 

CD ; ! 

Write-in 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 
CD __ 

Write-in 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Michael MacDonald 

O Rob Sherman 

CD 

Write-In 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Karen May 

CD ■ 

Write-In 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Kathleen A. Ryg 

CD 

Write-in 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SIXTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

<0 Eddie Washington 

* 

CD 

Write-In . 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SIXTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

CD I 

Write-In 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
SIXTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 
CD Sharyn I. Elman 

CD : [ 

Write-In 



STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE 



FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEWOMAN 

EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Nancy Shepherdson 

CD . ■ 

Write-In 



FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN - 

EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Steven M. Powell 

O 

Write-In 

FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEWOMAN 

TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Lauren Beth Gash 

CD 

Write-In 

FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN 

' TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Bill Crowley 

CD Alan E. Prochaska 

CD 

Write-In 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 
OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO BE 
'OTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 





JUDGES OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT 



FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP A) 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed ' 
CD ___^ 

Write-In 

FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP B) 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

CD 

Write-In 

FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP C) 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

* 

CD ' 

Write-In 



NORTH SHORE SANITARY DISTRICT 



FOR NORTH SHORE SANITARY DiSTRICTTRUSTEE- 

WARD 1 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

CD 

Write-in 

FOR NORTH SHORE SANITARY DISTRICTTRUSTEE 

WARD 4 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 
O 

Write-In 



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WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 




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LAKE COUNTY OFFICES 



FOR LAKE COUNTY CLERK 

(Vote for One) 

CZ> Sharon Narrod 



Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNT YTREASURER 

(Vote for One) 

<Z> Glenn Ryback 

CZ> ' 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF 
(Vote for One) 

O Mark C. Curran, Jr. 
<0 Lawrence E. Oliver 

o_ 

Write-in 



FOR REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

Q • 

Write-in 



LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 2 
(VoteforOne) 
O Diane Hewitt 



Brandon R. Rohrdanz 



Write-in 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 3 
(VoteforOne). 

No Candidate Filed 

Write-In 
FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 4 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

Write-In 
FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 7 

(VoteforOne) 
CZ> Kurt Anderson 

O _,,_ 

Write-In 
FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 8 

(VoteforOne) 
OBillDurkin 

O Robert Sabonjian 

G> ' 

Write-In 
FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 9 
(VoteforOne) 
Mary A. Ross Cunningham 



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Write-In 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER • DISTRICT X 2 
(VoteforOne) 

CZ> Angelo D.Kyle 



Michael Rodriguez 



Write-In 



O 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 13 
(VoteforOne) 
O Carrie Travers 

O 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 15 

(VoteforOne) 
G> Delfino "Del" Parra 



Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 17 
(VoteforOne) 

No Candidate Filed 
O ' 

Write-In 
FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 18 
(VoteforOne) 
O John Sonnenberg 

<=> 4. 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 19 
(VoteforOne) 
No Candidate Filed 

O 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 20 
(VoteforOne) 
MarcTepper 



Write-In 



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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO BE 

VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE 

COUNTY, ILLINOIS; ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




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WTLLARD R. HELANDER, County Cleric 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS Cont. 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER ■ DISTRICT 21 
(Vote for One) 
No Candidate Filed 

O : 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 22 
(Vote for One) 
O Carol Spielman 

O Arnie Silberman 

O 

Write-In 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 23 
(Vote for One) 

G> Anne Flanigan Bassi 

O 

Write-In 
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PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN TO BE ELECTED 

Locate your Precinct Number-Vote for One 



Candidate Name 



&NTIOCH TOWNSHIP 

D01 No Candidate Filed 

302 C> Peter V.Grant 

303 No Candidate Filed 

304 No Candidate Filed 

305 No Candidate Filed 

306 No Candidate Filed 

307 No Candidate Filed 

308 O Timothy A. Chichester 

309 No Candidate Filed 

310 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP Cont 

01 1 O Diana L. Camp 

012 No Candidate Filed 

013 No Candidate Filed 

014 No Candidate Filed 

015 No Candidate Filed 

016 No Candidate Filed 

017 No Candidate Filed 

018 No Candidate Filed 

459 No Candidate Filed 

460 No Candidate Filed 

AVON TOWNSHIP 

019 No Candidate Filed 

020 No Candidate Filed 

021 No Candidate Filed 

022 G> Terry Wilke 

023 No Candidate Filed * 

024 No Candidate Filed 

025 No Candidate Filed 

026 No Candidate Filed 

027 No Candidate Filed 

028 No Candidate Filed 

029 C3 J. Brandon Schneider 

030 No Candidate Filed 

031 No Candidate Filed 

032 No Candidate Filed 

033 No Candidate* Filed 

034 O Matthew J. Lakemacher 

035 No Candidate Filed 

036 No Candidate Filed 

037 No Candidate Filed 

038 <Z> Delores H. Anderson 

039 O Fredrick L. Barnett 

040 No Candidate Filed 

041 No Candidate Filed 

042 No Candidate Filed 

043 No Candidate Filed 

044 G> Ronald W. Lowe 

045 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



AVON TOWNSHIP Cont 



046 
047 
048 
049 
050 
449 
450 
451 
452 
461 
462 
463 



O 



No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Stuart M.Willis 



BENTON TOWNSHIP 



051 

052 

053 

054 

055 

056 

057 

058 

059 

060 

061 

062 

063 

064 



O 



O 



O 



No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Patrick Gallagher 
No Candidate Filed 
Olivia F. Lakso 
No Candidate Filed 
Preston P. Carter 
No Candidate Filed 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 







CUBA TOWNSHIP 

065 No Candidate Filed 

066 <o (Ali) Sandra Suzan Widmar 

067 o Steven P. Kirn 

068 No Candidate Filed 

069 No Candidate Filed 

070 No Candidate Filed 

071 G> Jane A. Thomas 

072 No Candidate Filed 

073 No Candidate Filed 



WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS . 



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Candidate Name 



CUBA TOWNSHIP 

074 No Candidate Filed 

075 No Candidate Filed 

076 No Candidate Filed 

077 No Candidate Filed 
453 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



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ELA TOWNSHIP 



078 
079 
080 

081 O 

082 . <Z> 
083- 
084 

085 

086 

087 

088 

089 O 

090 

091 

092 O 

093 

094 

095 

096 O 

097 

098 

099 

100 O 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

446 

454 



No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Martha S. Stamper 
Thomas C.Boyd 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Nancy Shepherdson 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Steven R. Eck 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Ron L. Roberti 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate* Filed 
Clayton W. Brown 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Fiied 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



FREMONT TOWNSHIP 



106 O 


Sally (Dorothy) La Magdeleine 


467 


107 


No Candidate Filed 


468 


108 


No Candidate Filed 




109 


No Candidate Filed 


LAKE 


110 


No Candidate Filed 


138 


111 


No Candidate Filed 


139 


112 » 


No Candidate Filed 


140 


113 


No Candidate Filed 


141 


114 O 


Andrew L. Kitzmiller 


142 


115 


No Candidate Filed 


143 


116 


No Candidate Filed . 


144 


117 


No Candidate Filed 


145 


118 


No Candidate Filed 


146 


119 


No Candidate Filed 


147 


120 


No Candidate Filed 


148 


121 


No Candidate Filed 


149 


122 


No. Candidate Filed 


150 


123 O 


Jacquelyn C. Cohen 


151 


455 


No Candidate Filed 


152 


464 


No Candidate Filed 


153 


465 


No Candidate Filed 


154 
155 


GRANT TOWNSHIP 


156 


124 


No Candidate Filed 


157 


125 


No Candidate Filed 


158 


126 


No Candidate Filed 


159 


127 


No Candidate Filed 


160 


128 


No Candidate Filed 


161 


129 


No Candidate Filed 


162 


130 


No Candidate Filed 


447 


131 


No Candidate Filed 


469 


132 


No Candidate Filed 


470 


133 


No Candidate Filed 


471 


134 


No Candidate Filed 




135 


No Candidate Filed 


LIBEI 


136 


• No Candidate Filed 


.163 


137 


No Candidate Filed 


164 


456 


No Candidate Filed 


165 


466 


No Candidate Filed 


166 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




Candidate Name 



GRANTTOWNSHIP Cont. 

No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



VILLA TOWNSHIP 

No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 

G> William T. Grant 

No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 

CD James Scoltock 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 

O William W. Holland 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



■RTYVILLE TOWNSHIP 

O Suzanne M. Herbes 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



WtLLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 




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Candidate Name 



LIBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP Co/if. 

167 No Candidate Filed 

168 No Candidate Filed 

169 No Candidate Filed 

170 No Candidate Filed 

1 71 No Candidate Filed 

172 No Candidate Filed 

173 G> Randolph Schild 

174 O Delfino "Del" Parra 

175 No Candidate Filed 

176 No Candidate Filed 

177 No Candidate Filed 

178 No Candidate Filed 

179 No Candidate Filed 

1 80 No Candidate Filed 

181 No Candidate Filed 

1 82 <0 Christopher M. Kennedy 

183 No Candidate Filed 

184 O James Spencer 

185 No Candidate Filed 

186 O Mary C. Maillard 

187 No Candidate Filed 

188 No Candidate Filed 

189 No Candidate Filed 

190 No Candidate Filed 

191 G> Mark C. Curran, Jr. 

192 No Candidate Filed 

193 No Candidate Filed 

194 CD Monica Lee Lundeen 

195 G> Sarah C.Renz 

196 No Candidate Filed 

197 CZ> Beverly Hmurovic 

1 98 No Candidate Filed 

199 No Candidate Filed 

472 No Candidate Filed 

473 No Candidate Filed 

474 <0 Peter Sylvester 

MORAINE TOWNSHIP 

200 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



MORAINE TOWNSHIP 

201 O Francis Beidler III 

202 O Marcia Burke 

203 <0 Anne Flanigan Bassi 

204 <C> Marjorie Rissman 

205 No Candidate Filed 

206 No Candidate Filed 

207 O Linda Kellough 

208 C> Nancie M. Blatt 

209 G> Lee Ori 

210 No Candidate Filed 

21 1 No Candidate Filed 

212 O Michael Simkin 

213 O Sharon Narrod 

214 No Candidate Filed 

215 G> Karen May 

216 <Z> .Lauren Beth Gash 

217 O VickiBailyn 

218 O Jonathan P. Schlegel 

219 No Candidate Filed 

220 O Carol Spielman 

221 <3> Helen Kauffman 

222 0> Ronni L. Graff 

223 O Steven A. Temkin 

224 No Candidate Filed 

225 G> Robert Barris 

226 G> David Robin 

227 d> Dwayne Douglas 

228 G> Ross Nickow 

229 No Candidate Filed 

NEWPORTTOWNSHIP 

230 No Candidate Filed 

231 No Candidate Filed 

232 No Candidate Filed 

233 O Richard W. Flament 

234 0> Lynn Paul Karner 
475 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



SHIELDS TOWNSHIP 

235 No Candidate Filed 

236 O Audrey Nixon 

237 CI> Evelyn Alexander 

238 No Candidate Filed 

239 G> Earl G. Mitchell 

240 No Candidate Filed 

241 No Candidate Filed 

242 No Candidate Filed 

243 No Candidate Filed 

244 No Candidate Filed 

245 No Candidate Filed 

246 O Stanley J. Hickory 

247 No Candidate Filed 

248 No Candidate Filed 

249 No Candidate Filed 

250 No Candidate Filed 

251 O Thomas A. Rudd 

252 No Candidate Filed 

253 No Candidate Filed 

254 No Candidate Filed 

255 No Candidate Filed 

VERNON TOWNSHIP 

256 No Candidate Filed 

257 No Candidate Filed 

258 . No Candidate Filed 

259 O Matt Lowry 

260 No Candidate Filed 

261 No Candidate Filed 

262 .. No Candidate' Filed 

263 No Candidate Filed 

264 O Carlene Sabath 

265 No Candidate Filed 

266 <o Glenn Stler 

267 No Candidate Filed 

268 No Candidate Filed 

269 O Michael H. Lofstrom 

270 No Candidate Filed 

271 No Candidate Filed 



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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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Candidate Name 



VERNON TOWNSHIP Cont. 

272 No Candidate Filed 

273 - No Candidate Filed 

274 No Candidate Filed 

275 No Candidate Filed 

276 No Candidate Filed 

277 No Candidate Filed 

278 No Candidate Filed 

279 No Candidate Filed 

280 CD Marc Tepper 

281 No Candidate Filed 

282 No Candidate Filed 

283 No Candidate Filed 

284 No Candidate Filed 

285 CD Philip Hirsh 

286 No Candidate Filed 

287 CD Andrew W. Chusid 

288 No Candidate Filed 

289 No.Candidate Filed 

290 No Candidate Filed 

291 No. Candidate Filed 

292 CD Ivan Phillips 

293 No Candidate Filed 

294 No Candidate Filed 

295 No Candidate Filed 

296 No Candidate Filed 

297 CD Scott J. Linn 

298 No Candidate Filed 

299 No Candidate Filed 

300 No Candidate Filed 
457 CD Cynthia Hautzinger 

476 No Candidate Filed 

477 No Candidate Filed 

WARREN TOWNSHIP 

301 No Candidate Filed 

302 No Candidate Filed 

303 No Candidate Filed 

304 O Lewis J. Lewis 

305 CD Patricia Termini 



Candidate Name 



WARREN TOWNSHIP Cont. 

306 No Candidate Filed 

307 CD Michael D. Jacobs 

308 No Candidate Filed 

309 CD Timothy M. Penich 

310 No Candidate Filed 

311 CD Richard H, Hyde 

312 No Candidate Filed 

313 CD Brandon R. Rohrdanz 

314 . No Candidate Filed 

315 No Candidate Filed 

316 CD Susan K. McKnight 

317 No Candidate Filed 

318 No Candidate Filed 

319 No Candidate Filed 

320 No Candidate Filed 

321 No Candidate Filed 

322 No Candidate Filed 

323 No Candidate Filed 

324 No Candidate Filed 

325 No Candidate Filed 

326 ' No Candidate Filed 

327 No Candidate Filed 

328 No Candidate Filed 

329 No Candidate Filed 

330 No Candidate Filed 

331 No Candidate Filed 

332 CD James C. Neel 

333 CD DickGlobis 

334 No Candidate Filed 

335 CD . Stephen P. Bero 

336 No Candidate Filed 

337 No Candidate Filed 

338 No Candidate Filed 

339 No Candidate Filed 

340 No Candidate Filed 

341 No Candidate Filed 

342 No Candidate Filed 
448 No Candidate Filed 
478 No Candidate Filed 



. No. 



Candidate Name 



WAUCONDA TOWNSHIP 


343 




No Candidate Filed 


344 




No Candidate Filed 


345 




No Candidate Filed 


346 




No Candidate Filed 


347 




No Candidate Filed 


348 




No Candidate Filed 


349 


CD 


Arlene M. Kelly 


350 




No Candidate Filed 


351 




No Candidate Filed 


352 


O 


Gale Cohen-De Marco 


353 




No Candidate Filed 


354 




No Candidate Filed 


458 




No Candidate Filed 


479 




No Candidate Filed 


480 




No Candidate Filed 


WAU KEG AN TOWNSHIP 


355 




No* Candidate Filed 


356 


CD 


Richard F. Alaimo 


357 


CD 


Michael C. Hewitt 


358 


CD 


Stephen Nordstrom 


359 


CD 


Steven R.Clark 


359 


CD 


, Mark Stricklin 


360 


CD 


Anita Hanna 


361 


CD 


William F. Durkin 


362 


O 


Peter A. Couvall 


363 


• 


No Candidate Filed 


364 


CD 


Hemant R. Patel 


365 


CD 


Clyde Mc Lemore 


366 


CD 


Robert D. Stefanowski 


366 


CD 


Phillip J. Carrigan 


367 


CD 


Stephen Dever 


368 


CD 


Bill Durkin 


369 


CD 


Mary M. Sikich 


370 


CD 


Chester Macrowski 


371 




No Candidate Filed 


372 


CD 


Stephen J. Drew 


373 




No Candidate Filed 


374 


CD 


Patrick M. Dutcher 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 





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Candidate Name 



WAUKEGAN 

374 o 

375 O 

376 CD 

377 O 
378 

379 O 

379 O 

380 CD 

381 O 

382 CD 

383 CD 

384 CD 
385 

386 O 
386 CD 
387 
388 

389 O 

390 CD 

391 O 

392 CD 

393 O 

394 CD 
395 

396 CD 

397 

398 

399 

400 

401 

402 



TOWNSHIP Cont 

Keith E.Turner 
David R. Koss 
Terry Link 
Joan M. Dehmlow 
No Candidate Filed 
Sabrina M. King 
Michael Rodriguez 
Jose A. Figueroa 
Harold Beadling 
Margaret Jones 
Michael W. Drasler 
David M. Marion 
No Candidate Filed 
Rafael Rivera 
Shari Nuetzmann 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Robert Mercado 
Juan Sostre 
Samuel D. Cunningham 
Patricia A. Miller 
Lamar Q. Sims 
Cynthia M. Alexander 
No Candidate Filed 
John L Balen 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



WEST DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP 

403 No Candidate Filed 

404 No Candidate Filed 

405 No Candidate Filed 

406 No Candidate Filed 

407 No Candidate Filed 

408 No Candidate Filed 



Candidate Name 



WEST DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP Cont 



409 


O 


Karen L. Truskowski 


410 


O 


Robert Rosenbacher 


411 




No Candidate Filed 


412 




No Candidate Filed 


413 




No Candidate Filed 


414 


CD 


Al Grossman 


415 




No Candidate Filed 


416 


O 


Michelle Feldman 


417 


CD 


Alyson M. Feiger 


418 


O 


Ron Schwartz 


419 




No Candidate Filed 


420 




No Candidate Filed 


421 




No Candidate Filed 


422 




No Candidate Filed 


423 




No Candidate Filed 


424 


CD 


Susan K. Krasnow 


425 


CD 


Robert K. Luth 


426 


CD 


Eleanor M. Sylvan 


427 


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No Candidate Filed 


428 


CD 


Mitchell H. Miller 


429 




No Candidate Filed 


430 




No Candidate Filed 


ZION TOWNSHIP 


431 




No Candidate Filed 


432 




No Candidate Filed 


433 




No Candidate Filed 


434 




No Candidate Filed 


435 




No Candidate Filed 


436 




No Candidate Filed 


437 




No Candidate Filed 


438 




No Candidate Filed 


439 




No Candidate Filed 


440 




No Candidate Filed 


441 




No Candidate Filed 


442 




No Candidate Filed 


443 


• 


No Candidate Filed 


444 




• No Candidate Filed 


445 


• 


No Candidate Filed 


481 




No Candidate Filed 



STATE REPRESENTATIVE 



FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
FIFTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 
(Vote for One) 
No Candidate Filed 

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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




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EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 
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CD David McSweeney 

CD Robert W. Churchill 

O Aaron B. Lincoln 

CD Ken Arnold 

O Kathy Salvi 

CD James Creighton Mitchell Jr. 

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STATE 



FOR GOVERNOR 
(Vote for One) 

CD Judy BaarTopinka 

CD Bill Brady 
CD Jim Oberweis 
CD Ron Gidwitz 
CD Andy Martin 



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FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 
(Vote for One) 

O, Sandy Wegman 

CD Joe Birkett 

CD Lawrence L. Bruckner 

CD Steven J. Rauschenberger 

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CD Stewart Umholtz 

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CD Dan Rutherford 

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FOR COMPTROLLER 

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CD Carole Pankau 

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FOR TREASURER 
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CD Christine Radogno 

CD 

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STATE SENATOR 



FOR STATE SENATOR -TWENTY-SEVENTH 
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT . 
(Vote for One) 

CD Matt Murphy 

CD Rita L. Mullins 

CD 

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FOR STATE SENATOR -THIRTIETH 

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Charles Fitzgerald 

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FOR STATE SENATOR -THIRTY-FIRST 
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 

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Cp Adeline Jay Geo-Karis 

CD Suzanne D. Simpson 

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FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Ed Sullivan, Jr. 

CD 

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FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 
(Vote for One) 

CD Mark H. Beaubien, Jr. 



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EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

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FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN 

EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

Write-In 



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TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 



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FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD Scott Bludorn 

CD Sidney H. Mathias 

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IFOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-EIGHTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD William M. Griffin 

CD L 

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IFOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

FIFTY-NINTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 
CD 

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IFOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SIXTIETH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

CD - 

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FOR REPRESENTATIVE INTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

SIXTY-FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

CD JoAnn D. Osmond 

O 

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SIXTY-SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

O Sandy Cole 

CD Barbara D. Oilschlager 

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TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 

(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

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JUDGES OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT 



FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP A) 

(Vote for One) 



CD John T. Phillips 
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FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP B) 

(Vote for One) 

CD Valerie Boettle Ceckowski 

CD Wallace B. Dunn 

CD 

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FOR JUDGE OFTHE CIRCUIT 

COURT NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

(TO FILL ADDITIONAL JUDGESHIP C) 
(Vote for One) 

CD George Bridges 

d> Theodore S. Potkonjak 

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NORTH SHORE SANITARY DISTRICT 



FOR NORTH SHORE SANITARY DISTRICTTRUSTEE- 

WARD 1 
(Vote for One) 

CD John R. Paxton 

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FOR NORTH SHORE SANITARY DISTRICTTRUSTEE- 

WARD 4 
(Vote for One) 

CD James E. Swarthout 

CD 

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LAKE COUNTY OFFICES 



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FOR LAKE COUNT YTREASURER 
(Vote for One) 

CD Robert Skidmore 
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FOR LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF 
(Vote for One) 

CD Gary Dei Re 

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FOR REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
(Vote for One) 

O Roycealee J. Wood 

CD 

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LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS 



FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 2 
(Vote for One) 

CD Randall Whitmore 

CD Jason Mercure 

CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 3 
(Vote for One) 

O Suzi Schmidt 



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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 4 
(Vote for One) 

CD Brent C. Paxton 
CD Jack H. Senter, Jr. 



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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 7 
(Vote for One) 

CD Steve Carlson 

CD 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 8 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

O 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 9 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

Write-In 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 12 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 

Write-in ^ 

FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 13 
(Vote for One) 

O Scott J. Helton 

CD Susan Loving Gravenhorst 

CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 15 
(Vote for One) 

CD Carol Calabresa 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 17 
(Vote for One) 

CD Stevenson Mountsier 

CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 18 
(Vote for One) 






Pamela O. Newton 



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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 19 
(Vote for One) 

CD Michael S. Talbett 

CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 20 
(Vote for One) 

CD David B. Stolman 

CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 21 
(Vote for One) 

CD Ann B. Maine 

CD _____ 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 22 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 
CD 

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FOR LAKE COUNTY BOARD MEMBER - DISTRICT 23 
(Vote for One) 

No Candidate Filed 
CD : : 

Write-In 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




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Candidate Name 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 



Candidate Name 



Candidate Name 



001 

002 

003 

004 

005 

006 

007 

008 

009 

010 

011 

012 

013 

014 

015 

016 

017 

018 

459 

460 

AVON 

019 

020 

021 

022 

023 

024 

025 

026 

027 

028 

029 

030 

031 

032 

033 

034 

035 



CO Theresa 'Terry" Colby 
O Ralph Gussarson 

No Candidate Filed 
O Stephen D. Smouse 
O John D. Mc Neill 
CO Pamela Reschke 
CO John B. Fields 
CO Ardeen Harris 
O Leonard J. Mattson 
<0 Brent C. Bluthardt 
CO Linda Pedersen 
CO Lillian M. Gplonka 

No Candidate Filed 
<0 Randy Mathias 
CO Jo Ann D. Osmond 
CO Michael N. "Mike" Mueller 

No Candidate Filed 
CO Kenneth Hellstem 
CO Paul Green 

No Candidate Filed 

TOWNSHIP 

No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Robert M.Traxler 
Thomas W. Jacobs 
Jerome "Jerry" L. Mattingly 
Rich Hill 

Robert E. "Bob" Powers 
Allan George Bergh 
Paul Kochendorfer 
No Candidate Filed ' 
No Candidate Filed 
Larry Leafblad 
Edward Gueroult 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Bish J. Krywko 



AVON TOWNSHIP Cont 



CO 

CO 
CO 
CO 

o 



CO 
CO 



co 



036 CO 
037 

038 CO 

039 CO 

040 CO 
041 

042 
043 
044 

045 CO 

046 CO 

047 CO 

048 CO* 
049 

050 CO 

449 CO 

450 

451 

452 

461 CO 

462 

463 CO 



Don Newby 
No Candidate Filed 
Danielle Powers 
Philip S. Howe 
Karen E. Burns 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Sandy Cole 
Grace M.Vogt 
Peter F. Gallagher, Jr. 
Timothy S. Powell 
No Candidate Filed 
Mark Mc Graw 
Bryan A. Gutraj 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Kristen K. Matter 
No Candidate Filed 
Sean Patrick Gillette 



CUBA TOWNSHIP 



065 CO 

066 CO 

067 CO 

068 CO 

069 CO 
070 

071 CO 

072 CO 

073 CO 

074 CO 

075 CO 

076 CO 

077 CO 
077 CO 
453 CO 



Daniel Cerny 
Leonard J. Kuskowski 
Richard J. Kosner 
Dorothy H.Schofield - 
Stevenson Mountsier 
No Candidate Filed 
Christine Boreland 
Thomas W. Gooch 
Roberta A. Svacha 
Anne Renata Hersemann 
John T. Hipsky 
Kermit D. Smiddy 
Carol A. Schubert 
Robert H. Hanaford 
Bruce J. Sauer 



BENTON TOWNSHIP 



051 

052 CO 

053 

054 CO 

055 

056 

057 CO 

058 CO 
059 

060 CO 

061 CO 
062 

063 

064 O 



No Candidate Filed 
Christopher L. Clements 
No Candidate Filed 
Julie C. Gonka 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Philip F.Leable 
Milton C.Jensen 
No Candidate Filed 
Donald M, Jensen 
David S. Koetz 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Andrew R Cvengros 



ELATOWNSHIP 



078 

079 

080 

081 ' 

082 

083 

084 

085 CO 

086 CO 
087 

088 

089 

090 

091 

092 

093 

094 

095 

096 CO 

097 

098 



No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Chester G. Laskowski 
Earl Bruce Hansen 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Mimi P. Black 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21 , 2006. 



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Candidate Name 



ELA TOWNSHIP Cont 

099 No Candidate Filed 

100 CD AliJaffer 

101 No Candidate Filed 

102 No Candidate Filed 

103 No Candidate Filed 

104 G> Linda D.Webb 

105 CD Mark Riefenberg 
446 No Candidate Filed 

454 CD Michael J. Bazzoni 

FREMONT TOWNSHIP 

106 No Candidate Filed 

107 No Candidate Filed 

108 O Victoria Freese 

109 No Candidate Filed 

110 O Diana O' Kelly 

111 No Candidate Filed 

112 CD Keith Voss 

113. No Candidate Filed 

114 No Candidate Filed 

115 No Candidate Filed 

116 CD Gary Paul Sarsok 

117 No Candidate Filed 

118 CD Steven G.Gault 

119 No Candidate Filed 

120 No Candidate Filed 

121 No Candidate Filed 

122 CD Ed Sullivan, Sr. 

123 No Candidate Filed 

455 No Candidate Filed 

464 No Candidate Filed 

465 No Candidate Filed 

GRANTTOWNSHIP 

124 CD Diane J. Kiesgen 

125 CD Jack Kiesgen 

126 CD Nancy Kubalanza 

127 CD William C. Dam 

1 28 CD John Tomusiak 



Candidate Name 



GRANTTOWNSHIP Cont 

129 0> June A. Jackovich 

130 CD Gordon (Gordy) C. Gonyo 

131 CD Daniel Uyttebroeck 

132 CD Bonnie Thomson Carter 

1 33 CD Richard W. Stueber 

134 CD BettyJ.Niemi 

135 CD Robert T.Selle 

136 CD Joseph Michael Rada 

137 CD Jerry R.Shaw 
456 CD James M. De Vito 

466 No Candidate Filed 

467 No Candidate Filed 

468 No Candidate Filed 

LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 

138 CD Daniel B. Venturi 

139 CD Dana Venturi 

140 CD Howard (Bud) Scott 

141 CD Suzi Schmidt 

1 42 CD Jean K. Smuda 

143 CD William F. Burns 

144 CD Tom O'Reilly 

145 CD Larry T. Mount 

146 CD Patrick J. Vargo 

147 No Candidate Filed 

148 No Candidate Filed 

149 CD James D. Jorgensen 

150 CD Karen Kunde 

151 CD Michael B. Betar 

152 CD Donna Kay Studee 

153 CD AlanBoyes 

154 CD Patrick J. Dunham 

1 55 CD Robert W. Churchill 

156 CD Leslie Morita 

1 57 CD Robert A. Kadera 

158 No Candidate Filed 

1 59 CD Emily R. Harder Garrity 

160 CD Dominic Marturano 

161 CD Carol Zerba 



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Candidate Name 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 
OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 
BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 
• LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




LAKE VILLA Cont 

162 CD Ronald T. Williams 
447 CD Helmuth R. Fendel 

469 CD Albert L. Wysocki 

470 CD Bridgette R. King 

471 CD Fernando Salazar 
471 CD Gina M. Miosi 
471 CD Ted Livengood, Jr. 

LIBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP 

163 CD Scott F. Anderson 

1 63 CD Jack L. Martin 

1 64 CD Raymond J. Lester 

165 No Candidate Filed 

166 CD Karen Hunken 

167 CD Thomas G. Adams 

168 CD John H. Nickels 

169 CD Walter Oakley 

1 70 No Candidate Filed 

171 CD Stephen M. Simonian 

1 72 O Paul E. Chominski 

173 CD Leroy B. Weinbrenner 
174. No Candidate Filed 

175 No Candidate Filed 

176 O Edward P. Kelly 

176 CD Stephen E. Martin 

177 CD Raymond S. True 

177 CD. Peter Jenkins 

178 CD Virginia "Ginny" Wood 

179 CD Lawrence W. Falbe 

180 No Candidate Filed 

181 CD Joseph J. Walsh 

181 CD Donna O'Leary 

182 CD James K. Simonian 

183 CD Carol Calabresa 

1 84 CD Willard R. Helander 

185 No Candidate Filed 

186 No Candidate Filed 

187 No Candidate Filed 

188 No Candidate Filed 



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Li BERTY VI LLE TOWNSHIP Cont. 
189 

190 CD 

191 O 

192 O 
193 
194 

195 CD 
196 
197 
198 
199 
472 
473 
474 



No Candidate Filed 
Daniel B. Shanes 
John W. Emerson 
Robert Hansen 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Fifed 
Margaret D. Benoit 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Filed 



MORAINE TOWNSHIP 



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201 

202 

203 

204 

205 CD 

206 

207 

208 

209 

210 CD 

211 CD 
212 

213 

214 CD 

215 CD 
216 

217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 



Louis G. Atsaves 
Suzanne M. Laundry 
James E. Fitzgerald 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
Bruno Pagliai 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
Ellsworth Mills II 
Martin A. Blumenthal 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
Jeffrey L Stem 
Carl Lambrecht 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
Fred London 
No Candidate Rled 
Alan Periman 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 



Candidate Name 



MORAINE TOWNSHIP Cont 



223 CD 

224 

225 CD 

226 

227 

228 

229 



Warren M.Wexler 
No Candidate Filed 
Tamara S. Block 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 



NEWPORT TOWNSHIP 



230 




No Candidate Rled 


231 




No Candidate Rled 


232 


<o 


Betty Rae Kaiser 


233 


CD 


Lonny S. Hogan 


234 




No Candidate Rled 


475 




No Candidate Rled 



SHIELDS TOWNSHIP 



235 

236 

237 CD 

238 

239 

240 CD 

240 CD 

241 

242 CD 

242 O 

243 CD 

244 CD 

245 CD 

246 CD 

247 CD 

248 CD 

249 CD 

250 CD 
251 
252 

253 O 

254 CD 



No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
Phil Collins 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Rled 
Ted W. Brown 
NancyJ.Thorner 
No Candidate Rled 
Mary Gram 
Bob Bednar 
Robert E. Grum, Jr. 
Richard G. Faller 
David N. Barkhausen 
Matthew Nielsen 
David R. Ganfield 
Greg Kazarian 
Rebecca M. Jones 
Janet M. Gibson 
William M. Griffin 
Daniel R. Bryant 
William A. Lederer 
David M. Lutrey 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 

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Candidate Name 



SHIELDS TOWNSHIP Cont. 

255 CD Steven Worth 

VERNON TOWNSHIP 



256 CD 

257 

258 

259 CD 

260 CD 

261 CD 

262 CD 
263 

264 

265 

266 

267 CD 

268 

269 

270 

271 CD 

272 

273 

274 CD 

275 

276 

277 CD 

278 

279 

280 

281 

282 

283 

284 

285 

286 

287 

288 

289 

290 

291 

292 



Gary P. Raupp 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Rled 
William A. Flader 
Marvin H.Westfall 
Gary R. Nusslock 
Charlie Johnston 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
H. Shaw Clifton 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
Mark W. Peterson 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
David M. Anderson 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Filed 
William E. Peterson 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Filed 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
No Candidate Rled 
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Donald R, Castella 
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Dave Schulz 
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Arthur G. Thompson 
Steve Carlson 
John A. Campbell 
Kenneth W. Arnold 
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Donna L Cuilla 
Richard E.Cpnley 
Bryan R. Winter 
Bradley J. Nelson 
Joseph H. Vogler 
Carolyn Mahoney 
Louis Albert 
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George A. Her 
Roman J. Keating 
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Edwin Paff 
Jill Koch 

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Michael Amrozowicz 
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John F. Hamel 
Steven E. Gauthier 
Alan D. Santi 
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William D. Miteff " 
Edward T. Collins 
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Cathy Hawkins 
Suzanne D. Simpson 
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Bill Smith 
Nichol Y. Mangino 



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Lorraine C. Godawa 
Joe Munson 
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Earle Johnson 
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Robert Cook 
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Glenn L. Swanson 



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William B. Snodgrass 
No Candidate Filed 
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Torrie Mark Newsome 
Bill Franklin 
No Candidate Filed 
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Susan l.Tenzi 
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Roy L. Czajkowski 
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James R. Hagerty 
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Rod Drobinski 
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OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

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Bob De Puy 


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James Snowden, Jr. 


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William Fischer 


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Frank M. Sidari 


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OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 



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VILLAGE OF BANNOCKBURN 



Proposition To Grant Home Rule 
Status To The Village Of Bannockburn 

Shall the Village of Bannockburn become 
a home rule unit pursuant to Article VII, 
Section 6 of the Illinois Constitution? 

CD YES 
CD NO 



CITY OF HIGHWOOD 



Proposition To Impose And Collect A 

Retail Occupation Tax And A Service 

Occupation Tax 

Shall the City of Highwood be autho- 
rized to levy and collect a 1 % municipal 
retailers' occupation tax and a municipal 
service occupation tax for the purpose of 
paying for public infrastructure improve- 
ments and for property tax relief, all as 
provided in Sections 8-11-1.1, 8-1 1 -1 .2, 
8-1 1 -1 .3 and 8-1 1 -1 .4 of the Illinois Mu- 
nicipal Code? 

CD YES 
CD NO 



THE CITY OF LAKE FOREST 



Public Question On Real Estate 
Transfer Tax 

Shall The City of Lake Forest impose a 
real estate transfer tax at. a rate of .4% 
to be paid by the buyer of the real es- . 
tate transferred, with the revenue of the 
proposed transfer tax to be used for infra- 
structure improvements? 

CD YES 

O NO : 



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VILLAGE OF LONG GROVE 



Proposition To Impose Local Public 
Infrastructure Taxes 

Shall the Village of Long Grove Impose a 
Retailers' Occupation Tax and a Service 
Occupation Tax at a rate not to exceed 
1% (pursuant to Division 8-1 1 of the Il- 
linois Municipal Code) for expenditure on 
public infrastructure located in the Village 
of Long Grove? 

CD YES 
CD NO 



VILLAGE OF RIVERWOODS 



Proposition To Grant Home Rule Status 
To The Village Of Riverwoods 

Shall the Village of Riverwoods become 
a home rule unit pursuant to Article VII, 
Section 6 of the Illinois Constitution? 

CD YES 
CD NO 



WARREN - NEWPORT 
PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 



Proposition Of Annexing Territory In 
Newport Township To The Warren- 
Newport Public Library District 

Shall certain territory in Newport Town- 
ship commonly described as including but 
not limited to the area north of State High- 
way 173 to the Wisconsin border and be- . 
tween the Union Pacific Railroad and U.S. 
Route 41 and legally described below be 
annexed to The Warren-Newport Public 
Library District, Lake County, Illinois? 

CD YES 
CD NO 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




Parcel 1 : THAT PART OF SECTIONS 
1 THRU 15 IN TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH 
RANGE 11 EAST OF THE THIRD PRIN- 
CIPAL MERIDIAN DESCRIBED AS FOL- 
LOWS: BEING AT THE INTERSECTION 
OF THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 
U.S. RT. 41 AND THE NORTH LINE OF 
THE STATE OF ILLINOIS; THENCE EAST- 
ERLY ALONG SAID NORTH LINE OF THE 
STATE OF ILLINOIS TO THE EAST RIGHT 
OF WAY LINE OF THE UNION PACIFIC 
RAILROAD; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG 
SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 
THE UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TO THE 
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF IL RT. 
1 73; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE 
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SAID 
IL RT. 1 73 TO THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY 
LINE OF U.S. RT. 41 ; THENCE NORTH- 
ERLY ALONG THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF 
WAY LINE OF U.S. RT. 41 , TO A POINT 
356.75 FEET NORTHERLY OF THE CEN- 
TERLINE OF STATE RQUTE 173; THENCE 
WESTERLY TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF 
WAY OF U.S. RT. 41 ; THENCE NORTHERLY 
ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY 
OF U.S. RT. 41 TO A POINT 240.00 FEET 
SOUTHERLY, AS MEASURED ALONG 
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE, OF 
THE SOUTH LINE NORTH HALF NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16; 
THENCE WEST 280.00 FEET PARALLEL 
WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 16; 
THENCENORTHERLY PARALLELWITH 
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE 
OF U.S. RT. 41 , A DISTANCE OF 450.00 
FEET; THENCE EAST 280.00 FEET PAR- 
ALLEL WITH THE SOUTH LINE OF THE 
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SEC- 
TION 16 TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF 
WAY LINE OF IL RT. 41 ; THENCE NORTH- 
ERLY ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT 
OF WAY LINE TO THE SOUTH LINE 
OF THE NORTH 120 RODS OF THE 
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID 
SECTION 9; THENCE EAST ALONG 
SAID SOUTH LINE OF THE NORTH 
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SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 9; 
THENCE NORTH 39 DEGREES 05 MIN- 
UTES 29 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 
85.92 FEET; THENCE NORTH 04 DEGREES 
55 MINUTES 45 SECONDS EAST, A DIS- 
TANCE OF 1316.05 FEET TO THE SOUTH 
LINE NORTH 36 RODS OF SAID SOUTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 9; THENCE 
WEST ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE NORTH 
36 RODS TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER 
OF ILLINOIS TOLL HIGHWAY PARCEL 
TBB-66-1; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG 
THE EASTERLY LINE OF SAIDTOLLWAY 
TO THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 9; 
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH 
LINE OF SECTION 9, A DISTANCE OF 
84.78 FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST COR- 
NER OF ILLINOIS TOLL HIGHWAY PARCEL 
T-1 38-92; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG 
SAID EASTERLY LINE OF SAIDTOLLWAY 
TO THE NORTH LINE OF COUNTY HIGH- 
WAY 19; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE 
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY 
HIGHWAY 19 TO A POINT 61 9.21 FEET 
WESTERLY OF THE WEST LINE OF SAID 
PARCEL T-1 38-92; THENCE SOUTH TO THE 
SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY 
HIGHWAY 19; THENCE WEST ALONG THE 
SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY 
HIGHWAY 19 TO A POINT 160 FEET EAST 
OF THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 9; THENCE 
SOUTHERLY PARALLEL WITH THE WEST 
LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST QUARTER OF 
SECTION 9 TO A POINT 240 FEET SOUTH 
OF THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 9; THENCE 
WEST PARALLEL TO THE SOUTH RIGHT 
OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY HIGHWAY 19 
TO THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF U.S. 
RT. 41; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE 
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF U.S. 
BT. 41 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, ALL 
IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 

Parcel 2: THAT PART OF SECTION 13 
TOWNSHIP 46 NORTH RANGE 11 EAST 
OF THE THIRD PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN * 



DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT 
THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE 
OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SAID 
SECTION 13 AND THE NORTH RIGHT OF 
WAY LINE OF IL RT. 173; THENCE WEST 
ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE 
OF SAID IL RT 173, A DISTANCE OF 330.00 
FEET; THENCE NORTH PARALLEL WITH 
THE EAST LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 13 TO A POINT 
1023 FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTH LINE 
OF SAID NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SEC- 
TION 13; THENCE EAST PARALLEL WITH 
THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 13 TO THE EAST 
LINE OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF 
SAID SECTION 13, SAID LINE ALSO BE- 
ING THE WEST LINE OF THE NORTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 13; THENCE 
CONTINUING EASTERLY PARALLEL TO 
THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 13, A DISTANCE 
OF 2180 FEET; THENCE SOUTH PARAL- 
LEL TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 13 TO A 
POINT 352 FEET NORTH OF THE SOUTH 
LINE OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF 
SECTION 13; THENCE EAST PARALLEL 
TO THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 1 3 TO THE 
EAST LINE OF THE NORTHEAST QUAR- 
TER OF SECTION 13; THENCE SOUTH 
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID NORTH- 
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 1 3 TO THE 
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF IL RT 173; 
THENCE WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE 
OF IL RT. 173 TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- 
NING, ALL IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 

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WINTHROP HARBOR SCHOOL 
. . DISTRICT #1 



Proposition To Increase Maximum 
Annual Educational Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate 
for educational purposes for Winthrop 
Harbor School District Number 1, Lake 
County, Illinois, be increased and estab- 
lished at 2.56 percent upon all the tax- 
able property of said School District at 
the value, as equalized or assessed by 
the Department of Revenue, instead of 
2.17 percent, the present maximum rate 
otherwise applicable to the next taxes to 
be extended for said purposes? 

C3> YES 
G> NO 

(a) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes 
under the maximum rate now in force 

in said School District is the sum of 
$2,756,946. 

(b) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes 
under the proposed increased rate is the 
sum of $3,252,433. 

(c) The total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
of said School District is the sum of 
$5,972,882; the total dollar amount of 
said annual budget, if increased by the 
amount of additional tax which may be . 
levied if the proposition is approved, is 
the sum of $6,468,369; the percentage 
of increase in the total dollar amount 

of the most recently approved annual 
budget of said School District, if such 
total dollar amount were increased by 
the amount of additional tax which may 
be levied if the proposition is approved, 
is 8.29 percent. 



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(d) The percentage of increase be- 
tween the maximum rate at which such 
taxes for educational purposes may be 
levied if the proposition is approved and 
the annual rate at which such taxes for 
educational purposes is currently levied 
is 17.9 percent. 



MCHENRY C.C. SCHOOL 
. DISTRICT #15 



Proposition To Increase Maximum 
Annual Educational Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate 
for educational purposes for McHenry 
Community Consolidated School District 
Number 15, McHenry and Lake Coun- 
ties, Illinois, be increased and estab- 
lished at 2.20 percent upon all the tax- 
able property of said School District at 
the value, as equalized or assessed by 
the Department of Revenue, instead of 
1 .96 percent, the present maximum rate 
otherwise applicable to the next taxes to 
be extended for said purpose? 

G> YES 

ONO 

(a) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes 
under the maximum rate now in force 

in said School District is the sum of 
$17,124,796. 

(b) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes un- 
der the proposed increased rate is the 
sum of $21,405,993. 

(c) The total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
of said School District is the sum of 
$37,987,368; the total dollar amount of 
said annual budget, if increased by the 
amount of additional tax which may be 
levied if the proposition is approved, is 



the sum of $42,268,565; the percentage 
of increase in the total dollar amount of 
the most recently approved annual budget 
of said School District, if such total dollar 
amount were increased by the amount of 
additional tax which may be levied if the 
proposition is approved, is 11.27 percent, 
(d) The percentage of increase be- 
tween the maximum rate at which such 
taxes for educational purposes may be 
levied if the proposition is approved and 
the annual rate at which such taxes for 
educational purposes is currently levied is 
24.99 percent. 



ANTIOCH C.C. SCHOOL DISTRICT *34 



Proposition To Issue $45,625,000 
School Building Bonds 

Shall the Board of Education of Antioch 
Community Consolidated School District 
Number 34, Lake County, Illinois, improve 
sites for school purposes, improve the 
sites of and build and equip a primary 
school building and a middle school build- 
ing, alter and repair the Antioch Elemen- 
tary, Oakland Elementary, W.C. Petty Ele- 
mentary and Antioch Upper Grade School 
Buildings and issue bonds of said School 
District to the amount of $45,625,000 for 
the purpose of paying the costs thereof? 

O YES 
O NO 

If the proposed issuance of bonds is 
approved by the voters, 10.88% of the 
equalized assessed valuation of said 
School District will be outstanding in 
bonds, and 1 1 .49% of the equalized as- 
sessed valuation of said School District * 
will equal the total aggregate indebted- 
ness of said School District. 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




FREMONT SCHOOL DISTRICT #79 



Proposition To Issue $22,000,000 
School Building Bonds 

Shall the Board of Education of Fremont 
School District Number 79, Lake Coun- 
ty, Illinois, build and equip and improve 
the site of a new elementary school, 
build and equip an addition to, improve 
the site of and alter, repair and equip 
the Fremont Elementary School, alter, 
repair and equip and improve the site 
of the Fremont Middle School and is- 
sue bonds of said School District to the 
amount of $22,000,000 for the purpose 
of paying the costs thereof? 

O YES 
O NO 



KILDEER - COUNTRYSIDE CCSD #96 



Proposition To Increase Educational 
Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate for 
educational purposes of Community 
Consolidated School District Number 
96, County of Lake, State of Illinois, 
commonly known as Kildeer Country- 
side Community Consolidated School 
District Number 96, be increased and 
established at 2.56 percent on the full, 
fair cash value of taxable property as 
equalized or assessed by the Depart- 
ment of Revenue instead of 2.14 per- 
cent, the maximum rate otherwise ap- 
plicable to the next taxes to be extended 
for said purpose? 

O YES 

G> NO 

(a) The approximate amount of 
educational taxes extendible un- 
der the maximum rate now in force 



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in said School District is the sum of 
$24,699,080. 

(b) The approximate amount of 
educational taxes extendible under the • 
proposed increased rate is the sum of 
$29,546,563. 

(c) • If the proposition herein is ap- 
proved, the percentage increase be- 
tween the maximum rate the district is 
currently authorized to levy for educa- 
tional taxes and the newly authorized 
rate is 19.63 percent. 

(d) The total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
of the school district is $24,530,735. 

(e) The total dollar amount of the 
annual budget if increased by the full 
amount of the additional tax which may 
be levied in the educational fund is 
$29,378,218. 

(f) If the proposition herein is ap- 
proved, the percentage increase be- 
tween the total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
and the total dollar amount of the annual 
budget if the full amount of such addi- ' 
tional tax were to be levied in the educa- 
tional fund is 19.76 percent. 



LINCOLNSHIRE - PRAIRIE VIEW 
SCHOOL DISTRICT #103 



Proposition To Increase Maximum 
Annual Educational Fund Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate for 
educational purposes of Lincolnshire- 
Prairie View School District Number 
103, Lake County, Illinois, be increased 
and established at 2.35% upon all the 
taxable property of said School District 
at the value, as equalized or assessed 
by the Department of Revenue, instead 
of 1 .82%, the maximum rate otherwise 



applicable to the next taxes to be extend- 
ed for said purposes? 

O YES 
O NO . 

(a) The approximate amount of edu- 
cational fund taxes extendible under the 
maximum rate now in force in said School 
District is the sum of $16,626,784. 

(b) The approximate amount of edu- 
cational fund taxes extendible under the 
proposed increased rate is the sum of 
$21 ,468,650. 

(c) The annual rate at which educa-. 
tional fund taxes are currently levied is 

1 .82% and the percentage of increase 
between said rate and the maximum rate 
of 2.35%, if approved, is 29.12%. 

(d) The total dollar amount of expen- 
ditures of the most recently approved 
annual budget of said School District is 
$22,594,079 and the total dollar amount 
of the expenditures of said annual bud- 
get of said School District is estimated to 
be $27,435,945 if the proposition is ap- 
proved, equaling a 21 .43% increase. 



FOX LAKE GRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

.#114 ■ 



Proposition To Issue $3,750,000 
Working Cash Fund Bonds 

Shall the Board of Education of Fox Lake 
Grade School District Number 1 14, Lake 
County, Illinois, be authorized to issue 
$3,750,000 bonds for a working cash fund 
as provided for by Article 20 of the School 
Code? 

O YES 
O NO 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 

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ROUND LAKE COMM. UNIT SCHOOL 
DISTRICT #116 



Proposition To Issue $17,000,000 
School Building Bonds 

Shall the Board of Education of Round 
Lake Community Unit School District 
Number 116, Lake County, Illinois, de- 
molish and rebuild a portion of and alter, 
repair, equip and improve the' site of the 
Magee Middle School, build and equip 
an addition to and alter, repair and equip 
the Round Lake High School, and alter, 
repair and equip the District's existing 
elementary schools and issue bonds 
of said School District to the amount of 
$17,000,000 for the purpose of paying 
the costs thereof? 

O YES 
O NO 



MUNDELEIN C-C. HIGH SCHOOL 
DISTRICT #1.20 



Proposition To Increase Maximum 
Annual Educational Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate 
for educational purposes for Munde- 
lein Consolidated High School District 
Number 120, Lake County, Illinois, 
be increased and established at 1.90 
percent upon all the taxable property 
of said School District at the value, as 
equalized or assessed by the Depart- 
ment of Revenue, instead of 1 .50 
percent, the present maximum rate 
otherwise applicable to the next taxes 
to be extended for said purposes? 

G> YES 
O NO 



WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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(a) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes 
under the maximum rate now in force 

in said School District is the sum of 
$16,465,977. 

(b) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes un- 
der the proposed increased rate is the 
sum of $20,856,904. 

(c) The total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
of said School District is the sum of 
$32,222,753; the total dollar amount of 
said annual budget, if increased by the 
amount of additional tax which may be 
levied if the proposition is approved, is 
the sum of $36,613,680; the percentage 
of increase in the total dollar amount 

of the most recently approved annual 
budget of said School District, if such 
total dollar amount were increased by 
the amount of additional tax which may 
be levied if the proposition is approved, 
is 13.63. percent. 

(d) The percentage of increase be- . 
tween the maximum rate at which such 
taxes for educational purposes may be 
levied if the proposition is approved and 
the annual rate at which such taxes for 
educational purposes is currently levied 
is 26:67 percent. 



COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL 
DISTRICT #220 



Proposition To Issue $107,100,000 
School Building Bonds 

Shall the Board of Education of Barrington 
Community Unit School District Number 
220, Lake, Cook, Kane and McHenry 
Counties, Illinois, build and equip two 
middle school buildings, alter, repair and 
equip the Barrington Middle School Prai- 
rie Campus Building, build and equip an 
addition to and alter, repair and equip the 
Barrington Middle School Station Campus 
Building, acquire, alter, repair and equip 
a building for early childhood education, 
improve school sites and issue bonds 
of said School District to the amount of 
$107,100,000 for the purpose of paying 
the costs thereof? 

<0 YES 
<±> NO 



COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL 
DISTRICT #220 



Proposition To Increase Maximum 
Annual Educational Tax Rate 

Shall the maximum annual tax rate for 
educational purposes for Barrington 
Community Unit School District Number 
220, Lake, Cook, Kane and McHenry 
Counties, Illinois, be increased and estab- 
lished at 3.25 percent upon all the taxable 
property of said School District at the 
value, as equalized or assessed by the 
Department of Revenue, instead of 3.00 
percent, the present maximum rate oth- 
erwise applicable to the next taxes to be 

extended for said purposes? 
d> YES 

O NO 

(a) The apprpximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes 
under the maximum rate now in force 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT COPY 

OF THE OFFICIAL LISTING OF THE OFFICES AND PROPOSITIONS; TO 

BE VOTED UPON IN THE GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN 

LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 



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in said School District is the sum of 
$81,050,470." 

(b) The approximate amount of taxes 
extendible for educational purposes un- 
der the proposed increased rate is the 
sum of $87,804,676. 

(c) The total dollar amount of the 
most recently approved annual budget 
of said School District is the sum of 
$11 2,793,536; the total dollar amount 
of said annual budget, if increased by 
the amount of additional tax which may 
be levied if the proposition is approved, 
is the sum of $1 19,547,742; the per- 
centage of increase in the total dollar 
amount of the most recently approved 
annual budget of said School District, if 
such total dollar amount were increased 
by the amount of additional tax which 
may be levied if the proposition is ap- 
proved, is 5.99 percent. 

(d) The percentage of increase be- 
tween the maximum rate at which such 
taxes for educational purposes may be 
levied if the proposition is approved and 
the annual rate at which such taxes for 
educational purposes is currently levied 
is 8.33 percent. 



BEACH PARK FIRE PROTECTION 
DISTRICT 



Proposition To Authorize The Levy 

Of A Special Ambulance Service 

Tax By The Beach Park 

Fire Protection District 

Shall the Beach Park Fire Protection 
District, Lake County, Illinois, levy a 
special tax at a rate not to exceed 
.30% of the value of all taxable prop- 
erty within the district as equalized or 
assessed by the Department of Rev- 
enue for the purpose of providing an 
ambulance service? 
O YES 
C> NO 

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Location 


Address 


Village/City 


No. 


Location 


Addfess 


Village City 


ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 






AVON TOWNSHIP ConL 






001 


Antiodi Upper Grade School 


BOOHc/mewDr 


Antioch 


043 


Faith Baptist Church 


■954 Brae Loch Rd 


Graysiake 


002 


Antioch Upper Grade School 


800HighviewDr. 


Antioch 


044 


Faith Baptist Church 


954 Brae Loch Rd 


Graysiake 


003 


Antioch Upper Grade School 


800 Righview Dr. 


Antioch 


045 


Byron Colby Barn 


1561 Jones Point Rd 


Grayslate 


004 


Antioch Upper Grade School 


SOOHignviewDr. 


Antioch 


046 


GraysSake Village Hafl 


10 S Seymour Ave. 


Grayslate ' 


005 


Antioch Elementary School 


817 N. Main St. 


Antioch 


047 


St Gifcerfs Parish Hall 


301EBervirJereRd 


Grayslate 


006 


Antioch Elementary School 


817 N. Main St 


Antioch 


048 


Snepherd dire Lakes LuteanChudi 285 E Washington SL 


Graysiake 


007 


Antioch Elementary School 


817 N. Main SL 


, Antioch 


049 


MageeMxJdle School 


SOON. Cedar Late Rd 


Round Lake 


008 


Emmons School 


24226 W. Beach Grove Rd. 


Antioch 


050 


Murphy Bemerrtary School 


220 rt Greenwood Dr. 


Round Late Park 


009 


Antioch Community High School 


1133 Main SI 


Antioch 


449 


Faith Baptist Church 


954 Brae Loch Rd 


Graysiake 


010 


Antioch Community High School 


1133 Main SL 


Antioch 


450 


Graysiake High School North 


l925N.Hwy83 


Graysiake 


011 


Antioch Immunity High School 


1133 Main SL 


Antioch 


451 


Grayslate Pubfc Library 


100 library Ln. 


Graysiake 


012 


Emmons School 


24226 W. Beach Grove Rd 


Antioch 


452 


Murphy Elementary School 


220 N. Greenwood Dr. 


Round Lake Park 


013 


Emmons School 


24226 W. Beach Grove Rd. 


Antioch 


461 


Ems School 


720 W. Central Park Dr. 


Round Lake Beach 


014 


Antioch GoH Club 


40150 N. Route 59 


Antioch 


462 


SL Gilbert's Parish Hall 


301EBehridefeRd 


Graysiake 


015 


Grass Lake School 


26177 W. Grass Lake Rd. 


Antioch 


463 


llagee Middle School 


500 ft Cedar Lake Rd 


Round Lake 


016 


Grass Lake School 


26177 W. Grass Lake Rd. 


Antioch 










017 


Lutheran Church of Al Saints 


5800 Stale Park Rd 


Fox Lake 


BENTON TOWNSHIP 




r 


018 


Lutheran Church of All Saints 


5800 State Park Rd. 


Fox Lake 


051 


Schbder Memorial Ret Center 


2700 9th St 


Winthrop Harbor 


459 


Cross View Church 


750 Highview Dr. 


Antioch 


052 


Schlader Memorial Rec Center 


27009th St 


Winthrop Harbor 


460 


Antioch Golf Club 


40150 H Route 59 


Antioch 


053 


tMil^Corrmun^ChTsSianaijrch 


900 N. Lewis Ave. 


• Winthrop Harbor 










054 


North Port Comrniiry Christian Church 


900 N. Lewis Ave, 


Winthrop Harbor 


AVON TOWNSHIP 






055 


Schlader Memorial Roc. Center 


2700 9th St 


Winthrop Harbor 


019 


Beach Haven Tower 


730GolfvJowDr. 


Round Lake Beach 


056. 


Schlader Memorial Rec Center 


2700 9th St 


Winthrop Harbor 


020 


Beach Haven Tower 


730GorfviewDr. 


Round Lake Beach. 


057 


Village of Beach Park 


11270 WWadsworthRd. 


Beach Park 


021 


Cedar Villas 


1899 N. Cedar Lake Rd 


Round Lake Beach 


058 


Kenneth Murphy School 


11315 WWadsworthRd 


■• BeachPark 


022 


Cedar Villas 


1899 N. Cedar Lake Rd 


Round Lake Beach 


059 


Oak Crest Scrcdfbrmerry Beach Park) 


38550 N. Lewis Ave. 


Beach Park 


023 


Beach Haven Tower 


730 Golfview Dr. 


Round Lake Beach 


060 


Kenneth Murphy School 


11315 WWadsworthRd 


BeachPark 


024 


EllisScnool 


720 W. Central Park Dr. 


Round Lake Beach 


061 


Kenneth Murphy School 


11315W.WadsworthRd 


BeachPark 


025 


Ellis School 


720 W. Central Park Dr. 


Round Late Beach 


062 


Village of Beach Park . 


11270W.WarJsworthRd 


BeachPark 


026 


Round Lake Beach Village Hall 


1937 N. Municipal Way 


Round Lake Beach 


063 


Village ol Beach Park 


11 270 WWadsworthRd 


BeachPark 


027 


Round Late Beach Village Hail 


1937 N. Municipal Way 


Round Late Beach 


064 


Oak Crest School (formerly Beach Park) 


38550 N. Lewis Ave, 


BeachPark 


028 


Graysiake High School North 


1325N.Hwy83 


Gray/slate 










029 


Grayslate Public Library 


100 Library Ln. 


Grayslate 


CUBA TOWNSHIP 




• 


030 


Grayslate Public Library 


IDOIixaryLn. 


Grayslate 


065 


Lake Barrington Municipal Center 


23860 ri Old Barrington Rd. 


Lake Barrington 


031 


Shepherd ol the LafesLuriEran Church 285 EL Washington St. 


Grayslate 

F% -II 1 " - J 


066 


Tower Lakes Wlage Office 


400N.Hwy.59 

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Tower Lakes 


032 


Avon Township Office 

a m i f j m n 1- 1 


4jjt.wasri!ngionbi 


Round Late Park 

n -ii -* - 


067 


* North Barrington School 


310N.Hwy.59 


Barrington 


033 


Mageo Middle School 


500 N.Cedar Lake Rd 


Round Late 


068 


Lake Barrington Shores Rec Center 


64 Old Bam Rd 


Late Barrington 


034 


Els School 


720 W. Central Park Dr. 


Round Late Beach 


069 


Lake Barrington Shores Rec Center 


64 Old Bam Rd 


Late Barrington 


035 


Magee Middle School 


500 N. Cedar Lake Rd 


Round Late 


070 


Cuba Township Garage 


440 W. Cuba Rd 


Barrington 


036 


Murphy Elementary School 


220 N. Greenwood Dr. 

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Round Lake Park 

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071 


Cuba Township Garage 

Lake Barrington Mundpal Center 


440 W. Cuba Rd 


Barrington 
Late Barrington 


037 


Murphy Bemerrtary School 


220 N.Greenwood Dr. 


Round Late Park 


072 


23860 rt On Barrington Hd 


038 


Avon Township Of fee 


433 E Washington SL 


Round Late Park 


073 


North Barrington School 


310N.Hwy.59 


Barrington 


039 


Graysiake High School-Centra] 


400 N. LakeSL 


Grayslate 


074 


Barrington Park DisL'(Lanrjendorf) 


235 lions Dr. 


Barrington 


040 


Grayslate High School-Central 


400 N. Late St 


Grayslate 

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075 


Cuba Township Garage 
Barrington Park Dist (Lancjendorf) 
Barrington Park Dist (Lanpendorf) 


440WCubaRd 


Barrington 


041 


Grayslate Village Hall 


1 0S. Seymour Ave. 


uraystate 


076 

AVI 


Z»uonsur. 
235 Lkms Dr. 


Barrington 


042 


Brae Loch Country Club 


33600 N.Hwy, 45 


Grayslate 


1 0774 


Barrington 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006, 



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Location 



CUBATOWNSHIP ConL 

453 North Barrington School 

EU TOWNSHIP 



Address 



310N.Hwy.59 



3 



FREMONT TOWNSHIP 

106 Fremont Township Center 
Fremont Township Center 
. Fremont Township Center 
■ Fremont Middle School 
Mundelein Senior Citizens Center 
Mundelein Senior Citizens Center 
Mundelein Senior Citizens Center 
Mundelein Senior Citizens Center 
Community Protestant Church 
Mundelein Senior Citizens Center 
Community Protestant Church 



107 
108 
109 
110 

111 
112 

113 

114 

115 

116 



22376 W.ErhartRd, 
22376 W.ErhartRd. 
22376 W.ErtiartRd. 
28855 N. Fremont Ctr.Rd. 
1200 Regent Dr. 
1200 Regent Dr. 
1200 Regent Dr. 
1200 Regent Dr. 
418 N.Prairie Ave. 
1200 Regent Dr. 
418 N. Prairie Ave. 



Village/City 



Barrington 



078 


Seth Paine School 


50 Miller Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


079 


Seth Paine School 


50 Miller Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


080 


Village of Hawlhom Woods Barn 


2 Lagoon Dr. 


Hawthorn Woods 


081 


Village of Hawthorn Woods Barn 


2 Lagoon Dr. 


Hawthorn Woods 


082 


Village of Hawthorn Woods Bam 


2 Lagoon Dr. 


Hawthorn Woods 


083 


Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church 60 Quentin Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


084 


Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church 60 Quentin Rd. 


Late Zurich 


085 


Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church 


60 Quentin Rd, 


Lake Zurich 


086 


Seth Paine School 


50 Miller Rd. 


Lake Zurich ; 


087 


Seth Paine School 


50 Miller Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


088 


Lake Zurich Park Bam 


200 S. Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


089 


Lake Zurich Park Barn 


200 S. Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


090 


Lake Zurich Park Barn 


200 S. Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


091 


Lake Zurich Park Barn 


200 S. Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


092 


Lake Zurich Police Department 


200 Mohawk Trail 


Lake Zurich 


093 


Ela Area Public Library 


275 Mohawk Trail 


Lake Zurich 


094 


Ela Area Public Library 


275 Mohawk Trail 


Lake Zurich 


095 


Buffalo Creek Facility 


675 Old Mill Grove Rd. 


Late Zurich 


096 


Buffalo Creek Facility 


675 Old Mill Grove Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


097 


Reed-Turner Woodland Nature Center 


3849 Old McHenryRd. 


Long Grove 


098 


Alden-Long Grove Nursing Center 


2308 Old Hicks Rd. 


Long Grove 


099 


Peace Lutheran Church 


1 050 S. Old Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


100 


Peace Lutheran Church 


1050 S. Old Rand Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


101 


Isaac Fox Elementary School 


395 W. Cuba Rd. 


Lake Zurich 


102 


Peace Lutheran Church 


1050 S. Old Rand Rd. 


Late Zurich 


103 


Peace Lutheran Church 


1050 S. Old Rand Rd, 


Late Zurich 


104 - 


Lake Zurich Middle School-South 


435 W. Cuba Rd. 


Late Zurich 


105 


Barrington ParkDist. (Langendorf) 


. 235 Lions Dr, 


Barrington 


446 


Lake Zurich Police Department 


200 Mohawk Trail 


Lake Zurich 


454 


Seth Paine School 


50. Miller Rd. 


Lake Zurich 



Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 



No. Location 



Address 



FREMONT TOWNSHIP Cool 

117 Fremont Public Library 

118 Mundelein Fire Department 

119 Mundelein Community Center 

120 Fremont Public Library 

121 Fremont Public Library 

122 Mundelein Community Center ' 

123 Byron Colby Bam 

455 The Chapel 

464 Lake County Discovery Museum 

465 Mundelein Fire Department . 

GRANT TOWNSHIP 

1 24 Fox Lake Community Center 

1 25 Fox Lake Community Center 

126 Fox Lake Community Center 

1 27 Grant Community High School 

1 28 Grant Community High School 

129 Rut Lake Volunteer Rra Department 

1 30 Fox Lake Volunteer Fire Department 

131 Trinity Lutheran Church 

132 Trinity Lutheran Church 

133 Big Hollow School 

134 Big Hollow School 

135 Big Hollow School 

136 Grant Township Office 

137 Grant Township Office 

456 Grant Township Office 

466 Fox Lake Community Center 

467 Trinity Lutheran Church 

468 Grant Township Office 



1170 N. Midlothian Rd. 
1000 N. Midlothian Rd. 
1401 Midlothian Rd. 
1 170 N. Midlothian Rd. 
1170 N. Midlothian Rd. 
1401 Midlothian Rd. 
1561 Jones Point Rd. 
25270 W. Highway 60 
27277 N. Forest Preserve Rd. 
1000 N. Midlothian Rd. 



23 South St. 
23 South St. 
23 South St. 
285 E. Grand Ave. 
285 E. Grand Ave. 
114 Washington St; 
114 Washington St. 
25519W.Hwy.134. 
25519 WHwy. 134 
34699 N. Hwy. 12 
34699 N.Hwy. 12 
34699 N. Hwy. 12 
26725 W.MolidorRd. 
26725 W.MolidorRd. 
26725 W.MolidorRd. 
23 South St 
25519W.Hwy.134 
26725W.MolidorRd. 



Village/City 



Mundelein 

Mundelein 

Mundelein 

Mundelein 

Mundelein 

Mundelein 

Grayslake 

Grayslake 

Wauconda 

Mundeteln 



Fox Lake 

Fox Lake 

Fox Lake 

Fox Lake 

Fox Lake 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 

Fox Lake 

Ingleside 

Ingleside 





LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 






138 


Antioch Golf Club 


40150 N. Route 59 


Antioch 


139 


Late Villa Township Center 


37908 N. Fairfield Rd. 


Lake Villa 


140 


Late Villa Township Center 


37908 N. Fairfield Rd. 


Lake Villa 


141 


Cedar Village 


310 N. Milwaukee Ave. 


Lake Villa 


142 


Lake Villa Township Center 


37908 N. Fairfield Rd. 


Lake Villa 


143 


Late villa Methodist Church 


IIOMcKinleyAve. 


Late Villa 


144 


Calvary Christian Church/School 


134 Monaville Rd. 


Lake Villa 


145 


Calvary Christian Church/School 


134 Monaville Rd. 


Late Villa 


146 


Calvary Christian Church/School 


134 Monaville Rd. 


LateVilla . 


147 


NorStates Bank 


1777 N. Cedar Lake Rd. 


Round Lake Beach 




(formerly First State Bank of Round Lake) 




148 


Venetian Village Civic Center 


37300 N.Capillo Ave. 


Lake Villa 


149 


Venetian Village Civic Center 


37300 N-Capillo Ave. 


Lake Villa 


150 


Trinity United Methodist Church 


101 S. Beck Rd. 


Lfndenhurst 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
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Village/City 


LAKE 


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151 


MillburnCC School 


18550 W. Millburn Rd. 


Old Mill Creek 


152 


Trinity United Methodist Church 


101 S. Beck Rd. 


Undenhurst 


153 


SL Mark Lutheran Church 


1822 E.Grand Ave 


Llndenhurst 


154 


Lake Villa District Library , 


1001 E.Grand Ave, 


Lake Villa 


155 


Victory Lakes Continuing Care Ctr. 


1055 E.Grand Ave. 


Undenhurst 


156 


Cedar Village 


310 N. Milwaukee Ave. 


Lake Villa 


157 


Lake Villa District Library 


1001 E. Grand Ave, 


Lake Villa 


158 


Oakland Elementary School 


2201 8 W. Grass Lake Rd. 


Antioch 


159 


Oakland Elementary School 


2201 8 W. Grass Lake Rd. 


Anlioch 


160 


Oakland Elementary School 


2201 8 W. Grass Lake Rd, 


Antioch 


161 


SL Mark Lutheran Church 


1822 E. Grand Ave. 


Undenhurst 


162 


St. Mark Lutheran Church 


1822 E. Grand Ave. 


Undenhurst 


447 


Health and Fitness Institute 


3098 Falling Waters Blvd. 


Undenhurst 


469 


Lake Villa Township Center 


37908 N, Fairfield Rd. 


Lake Villa 


470 


Calvary Christian Church/School 


134 Monavllle Rd. 


Lake Villa 


471 


NorStates Bank 


1777 N. Cedar Lake Rd. 


Round Lake Beach 



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LIBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP 



163 


Ubertyville Manor Extended Care 


610 Peterson Rd, 


164 


Oak Grove School 


1700S.O'PlaineRd. 


165 


Oak Grove School 


1700S.O'PlaineRd. 


166 


Lambs Farm Country Inn 


14245 W. Rockland Rd. 


167 


Oak Grove School 


1700S.O'PlaineRd. 


168 


Ubertyville Manor Extended Care 


610 Peterson Rd. 


169 


Ubertyville Civic Center 


1 35 W. Church St. 


170 


Ubertyville Township Office 


359 Merrill CI. 


171 


Ubertyville Manor Extended Care 


610 Peterson Rd. 


172 


Ubertyville Township Office 


359 Merrill CI. 


173 


Lake County Ctr, tor Independent Living 


377 N.Seymour Ave, . 


174 


St. John's Lutheran Church 


501 W.Park Ave. 


175 


Ubertyville Civic Center 


1 35 W. Church St. 


176 


Ubertyville Civic Center 


135 W. Church St. 


177 


Oak Grove School 


1700S.O'PlaineRd. 


178 


Rondout School 


28593 N. Bradley Rd. 


179 


Rondout School 


28593 N. Bradley Rd. 


180 


Lambs Farm Country Inn 


14245 W. Rockland Rd. 


181 


Harris Bank, Ubertyville 


890 S, Milwaukee Ave. 


182 


Riverside Park Clubhouse 


870 Country Club Dr. 


183 


Evangelical Free Church 


431 W.Austin Ave. 


184 


St. John's Lutheran Church 


501 W.Park Ave. 


185 


St. John's Lutheran Church 


501 W.Park Ave. 


186 


Lake County Ctr. for Independent Living 


377 N.Seymour Ave. 


187 


St. Andrew's Lutheran Church 


10 S.Lake St. 


188 


SL Andrew's Lutheran Church 


10 S. Lake St. 


189 


New Hope Christian Fellowship 


1401 Lake St 




(formerly Century Assembly of God) 



Ubertyville 
Green Oaks 
Green Oaks- 
Green Oaks 
Green Oaks 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Mundelein 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Green Oaks 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Green Oaks 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 
Mundelein 



Location 



Address 



LIBERTYVILLE TOWNSHIP Cont 

190 White Deer Run Golf Club 

1 91 ' Evangelical Free Church 

192 Evangelical Free Church 

193 White Deer Run Golf Club 

194 Vernon Hills Park DisL (Sullivan Ctr.) 

195 Hawthorn School District 73 

1 96 Lakeview Presbyterian Church 

1 97 Spring Meadows at Ubertyville 

198 Spring Meadows at Ubertyville 

199 Christ Church Lake Forest 

472 White Deer Run Golf Club 

473 White Deer Run Golf Club 

474 Lakeview Presbyterian Church 



250 W.Greggs Pkwy. 
431 W.Austin Ave. 
431 W.Austin Ave. 
250W.GreggsPkwy. 
635 N. Aspen Dr. 
841 W. End Ct. 
1100 Lakeview Pkwy, 
901 Florsheim Dr. 
901 Florsheim Dr. 
100N.WaukeganRd. 
250W.GreggsPkwy. 
250W.GreggsPkwy. 
1100 Lakeview Pkwy. 



NEWPORT TOWNSHIP 

230 Newport School 15872 W, 21st St. 

231 Millburn C.C. School 18550 W. Millburn Rd. 

232 Cornerstone Community Church 40413 N. Deiany Rd. 

233 Cornerstone Community Church 40413 N. Deiany Rd. 



Village/City 



Vernon Hills 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Vernon Hills 
.Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Ubertyville 
Ubertyville 
Lake Forest 
Vernon Kills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 




MORAINE TOWNSHIP 






200 


Woodlands Academy 


760E.WestleighRd. 


Lake Forest 


201 


Woodlands Academy 


760E.WesllelghRd. 


Lake Forest 


202 


Don Skrinar Recreation Center 


428 Green Bay Rd. 


Highwood 


203 


Northwood Jr. High School 


945 North Ave. 


Highland Park 


204 . 


North wood Jr, High School 


945 North Ave. 


Highland Park 


205 


Don Skrinar Recreation Center 


428 Green Bay Rd, 


Highwood 


206 


Don Skrinar Recreation Center 


428 Green Bay Rd. 


Highwood 


207 


Highland Park High School 


433 Vine Ave. 


Highland Park 


208 


- -Elm Place School 


2031 Sheridan Rd. 


Highland Park 


209 


Highland Park Administration Bldg. 


1040 Park Ave.'West 


Highland Park 


210 


Highland Park High School 


433 Vine Ave. * 


Highland Park 


211 


Highland Park Administration Bldg. 


1040 Park Ave, West 


Highland Park 


212 


Redeemer Lutheran Church 


1731 Deerfield Rd. 


Highland Park 


213 


Lincoln School 


711 Lincoln Ave. West 


Highland' Park 


214 


Lincoln School 


711 Lincoln Ave. West 


Highland Park 


215 


Peers Building 


400 Central Ave. 


Highland Park 


216 


Lincoln School 


711 Lincoln Ave. West 


Highland Park 


217 


Ravinia School 


763 Dean Ave. 


Highland Park 


218 


Edgewood Middle School 


929 Edgewood Rd. 


Highland Park 


219 


Edgewood Middle School 


929 Edgewood Rd, 


Highland Park 


220 


West Ridge Center 


636 Ridge Rd. 


Highland Park 


221 


Red Oak School. 


530 Red Oak Ln. 


Highland Park 


222 


Red Oak School 


530 Red Oak Ln. 


Highland Park 


223 


West Ridge Center 


636 Ridge Rd. 


Highland Park 


224 


West Ridge Center 


636 Ridge Rd, 


Highland Park 


.225 


Lakeside Congregation 


1221 County Line Rd. 


Highland Park 


226 


Highland Park (Ravinia) Train Station 


700 St. John's Ave. 


Highland Park 


227 


Ravinia Festival and Park 


201 St. John's Ave. 


Highland Park 


228 


Ravinia School 


763 Dean Ave. 


Highland Park 


229 


Ravinia Festival and Park 


201 St. John's Ave. 


Highland Park 




Wadsworlh 
Old Mill Creek 
Wadsworth 
Wadsworlh 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006; 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
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No. Location 



Address 



NEWPORT TOWNSHIP Cont. 

234 Cornerstone Community Church 40413 N. Deiany Rd. 

475 Cornerstone Community Church 40413 N. Deiany Rd. 



SHIELDS TOWNSHIP 

235 Green Bay School 

236 Katzenmaier School 

237 Neal Elementary School 

238 Neal Elementary School 

239 Neal Elementary School 

240 Lake Bluff Middle School 

241 Green Bay School 

242 vyest Elementary School 

243 West Elementary School 

244 Lake Bluff Park District 

245 Lake Bluff Middle School 

246 Lake Bluff Middle School 

247 Lake Bluff Park District 

248 Christ Church of Lake Forest ' 

249 Lake Forest Place 

250 Lake Forest Recreation Department 

25 1 Gorton Community Center 

252 Gorton Community Center 

253 Gorton Community Center 

254 Gorton Community Center 

255 Lake Forest Recreation Department 

VERNON TOWNSHIP 

256 

257 

258 

259 

260 

261 

262 

263 

264 

265 

266 

267 

268 

269 

270 

271 

272 

273 

274 

275 

276 

277 

278 

279 

280 



2100 Green Bay Rd. 
1829 Kennedy Dr. 
1905 Argonne Dr. 
1905ArgonneDr, 
1905 Argonne Dr. 
31 E.Sheridan PI. 
2100 Green Bay Rd. 
906MuirAve, 
906MuirAve. 
355 W. Washington Ave. 
.31 E. Sheridan PI. 
31 E. Sheridan PI. 
355 W.Washington Ave. 
100N.WaukeganRd. 
HOOPembridgeDr. 
400 Hastings Rd. 
400 E, Illinois Rd. 
400 E. Illinois Rd. 
400 E. Illinois Rd, 
400 E. Illinois Rd. 
400 Hastings Rd. 



Vernon Hills Park Disl (D, Sullivan Ctr.) 635 N. Aspen Dr. 



Christ Lutheran Church 

Christ Lutheran Church 

Christ Lutheran Church 

Daniel Wright Middle School 

Lake Forest West Side Train Station 

Vernon Township Office 

Larry Laschen Community Center 294 Evergreen Dr. 

Vernon Mills Park Disl. (D. Sullivan Ctr.) 635 N. Aspen Dr. 

Larry Laschen Community Center 294 Evergreen Dr. 

Larry Laschen Community Center 294 Evergreen Dr. 

Vernon Hflfe Park Dist. (D. Sullivan Ctr.) 635 N. Aspen Dr. 



595 Deerpalh Dr. 
595 Deerpalh Dr. 
595 Deerpalh Dr. 
1370 Riverwoods Rd. 
911 Telegraph Rd, 
3050 N. Main St. 



Prairie View Park 

Vernon Township Community Service Bkfcj. 
Daniel Wright Middle School 
Daniel Wright Middle School 
Laura B. Sprague School 
Laura B. Sprague School 
Prairie View Park 
Vernon Township Office 
Vernon Township Office 
Kildeer Countryside School 
Congregation Beth Judea 
Vernon Township Community Service Bkfg. 
Vernon Township Community Service EHdg. 



1 6652 W. Port Clinton Rd. 
2900 N. Main St. 
1370 Riverwoods Rd. 
1370 Riverwoods Rd. 
2425 Riverwoods Rd. 
2425 Riverwoods Rd, 
16652W. Port Clinton Rd. 
3050 N. Main St. 
3050 N. Main St. 
3100 Old McHenryRd. 
5304Hwy.83 
2900 N. Main St. 
2900 N. Main St. 



Village/City 



Wadsworth 
Wadsworth 



North Chicago 
North Chicago 
North Chicago 
North Chicago 
North Chicago 
Lake Bluff ' 
North Chicago 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Bluff 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 



Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Lincolnshire 
Lake Forest 
Buffalo Grove 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Vernon Hills 
Lincolnshire 
Buffalo Grove 
Lincolnshire 
Lincolnshire 
Lincolnshire 
Lincolnshire 
Lincolnshire 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Long Grove 
Long Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 



No. Location 



VERNON TOWNSHIP Cont. 

28 1 Chevy Chase Country Club 

282 . Old Farm Clubhouse 

283 Aptakisic Jr. High School 

284 Prairie School 

285 Prairie School 

286 Congregation Beth Judea 

287 The Crossings Clubhouse 

288 Ivy Hall School 

289 Hope Lutheran Church 

290 Willow Grove School 

291 Aptakisic Jr. High School 

292 Willow Grove School 

293 Buffalo Grove Village Hall 

294 The Claremont Rehab & Living Center 

295 Aptakisic Jr. High School 

296 * The Claremont Rehab & Living Center 

297 Chevy Chase Country Club 

298 Chevy Chase Country Club 

299 Laura B. Sprague School 
.300 Riverwoods Village Hall 

457 Vernon Twnship Community Service Bldg. 

476 Lake Forest West Side Train Station 

477 Aptakisic Jr. High School 

WARREN TOWNSHIP 



Address 



1000 N.Milwaukee Ave. 
285 Cobbler Ln. 
1231 N.WeitandRd. 
1530BrandywynLn. 
1530 Brandywyn Ln, 
5304Hwy,83 
11 00 Fremont Way 
1072 Ivy Hall Ln. 
Arlington Hts. & Checker Rds. 
777 Checker Dr. 
1231 N.WeilandRd. 
777 Checker Dr. 
50 Raupp Blvd. 
150 N.WeilandRd. 
1231 N.WeilandRd. 
150 N.WeilandRd. 
1000 N.Milwaukee Ave. 
1000 N.Milwaukee Ave. 
2425 Riverwoods Rd, 
300 Portwine Rd. 
2900 N. Main SI. 
911 Telegraph Rd. 
1231 N.Welland Rd. 



Village/City 



Wheeling 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Long Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Long Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Buffalo Grove 
Wheeling 
Wheeling 
Lincolnshire 
Riverwoods 
Buffalo Grove 
Lake Forest 
Buffalo Grove 



301 


Immanuel Baptist Church 


2300N.Di!ley'sRd. 


Gurnee 


302 


Grandwood Park Community Center 


36630 N.HulchinsRd. 


Gurnee 


303 


Grandwood Park Community Center 


36630 N.HutchinsRd. 


Gurnee 


304 


Brookslde Clubhouse 


36153 N.Brookside Dr.- 


Gurnee 


305 


Immanuel Baptist Church 


2300 N. Dille/s Rd. 


Gurnee 


306 


Immanuel Baptist Church 


2300N.Dilley'sRd. 


Gurnee 


307 


Village Church of Gurnee 


1319 N.Hunt Club Rd. 


Gurnee 


308 


Immanuel Baptist Church 


2300 N. 01116/3 Rd. 


Gurnee 


309 


Gumee Park District (Viking Hall) 


4374 Old Grand Ave. 


Gurnee 


310 


St. Mark's Lutheran Church 


3350 N. Deiany Rd. 


Waukegan 


311 


St. Mark's Lutheran Church 


3350 N. Deiany Rd. 


Waukegan 


312 


St. Mark's Lutheran Church 


3350 N. Deiany Rd. * 


Waukegan 


313 


Spaulding School 


2000 Belle Plaine Ave, 


Gurnee 


314 


Gurnee Park District (Viking Hall) 


4374 Old Grand Ave. 


Gurnee 


315 


Gurnee Park District (Viking Hall) 


4374 Old Grand Ave. 


Gumee 


316 


Gurnee Village Hall 


325N.O'PlaineRd, 


Gurnee 


317 


Park City City Hall 


3355 Belvidere Rd. 


Park City 


318 


Park City City Hall 


3355 Belvidere Rd. 


Park City 


319 


Gurnee Village Hall 


325 N. O'Plaine Rd. 


Gumee 


320 


North Shore Sanitary District 


602S.O'PlaineRd. 


Gurnee 


321 


Village Church of Gurnee 


. 1319 N.Hunt Club Rd. 


Gurnee 


322 


St Paul the Apostle Church 


6401 Gages Lake Rd. 


Gurnee 


323 


Gurnee Fire Station #2 


6581 Dada Dr. 


Gurnee 


324 


Gurnee Fire Station 02 


6581 Dada Dr. 


Gurnee 


325 


Bittersweet Golf Course 


875 Almond Rd. 


Gumee 


326 


• Gages Lake Bible Church 


1 6788 W. Gages Lake Rd. 


Grayslake 


327 


Bittersweet Golf Course 


875 Almond Rd. 


Gumee 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 




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Village/City - 


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Village/City 


WARREN TOWNSHIP Cont. 






WAUKEGAN TOWNSHIP Cont 






328 


Bittersweet Golf Course 


875 Almond Rd. 


Gumee 


371 


Glenwood School 


2500 Northmoor Ave, 


Waukegan 


329 


Warren Township Center (Town Hall) 


17801 W. Washington St. 


Gurnee 


372 


Glenwood School 


2500 Northmoor Ave, 


Waukegan 


330 


Warren Township Center (Town Hal!) 


17801 W.Washington St, 


Gurnee 


373 


Grace Life Christian Church 


1203 Glen Flora Ave. 


Waukegan 


331 


Gages Lake Bible Church 


18788W. Gages Lake Rd. 


Grayslake 


374 


' Glen Flora Elementary School 


11 10 Chestnut St. 


Waukegan 


332 


Brae Loch Country Club 


33600N.Hwy.45 


Grayslake 


375 


Glen Flora Elementary School 


1110 Chestnut St. 


Waukegan 


333 


Brae Loch Country Club 


33600 N.Hwy. 45 


' Grayslake 


376 


North School 


410 Franklin St. 


Waukegan 


334 


Warren Township Center (Town Hall) 


17801 W.Washington St. 


Gurnee 


377 


Glen Flora Elementary School 


1110 Chestnut St. 


Waukegan 


335 


St, Paul the Apostle Church 


6401 Gages Lake Rd. 


Gurnee 


378 


Robert E.Abbott Middle School 


1319 Washington St.- 


Waukegan 


336 


St. Paul the Apostle Church 


6401 Gages Lake Rd. 


Gurnee 


379 


Harry A, Poe Manor 


300 Lake St. 


Waukegan 


337 


Heather Ridge Main Rec. Center 


5900 Heather Ridge Dr, 


Gurnee 


380 


Robert E. Abbott Middle School 


131 9 Washington St. 


Waukegan 


338 


Heather Ridge Main Rec. Center 


5900 Heather Ridge Dr. 


Gurnee 


381 


Hyde Park School 


1525 Hyde Park Ave. 


Waukegan 


339 


Heather Ridge Main Rec. Center 


5900 Heather Ridge Dr. 


Gurnee 


382 


Faith United Methodist Church 


414 N, McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


340 


Byron Colby Barn 


1561 Jones Point Rd. 


Grayslake 


383 


' Faith United Methodist Church 


414 N, McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


341 


Waukegan Fire Department ■ Station No. 2 


4505 McGaw Rd. 


Waukegan 


384 


Faith United Methodist Church 


414 N. McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


342 


Residence Inn 


1440WhiteOakDr. 


Waukegan 


•385 


Park City City Hall 


3355 Belvidere Rd. 


Park.City 


448 


Gurnee Park District (Viking Hall) 


4374 Old Grand Ave. 


Gurnee 


386 


Belvidere Park Rec. Center 


41 2 S.Lewis Ave. 


Waukegan 


478 


Grandwood Park Community Center 


36630 N.HutchlnsRd. 


Gurnee 


387 


Washington Elementary School 


1 10 S. Orchard Ave. 


Waukegan 










388 


Belvidere Park Rec. Center 


412 S. Lewis Ave. 


Waukegan 


WAUCONDA TOWNSHIP 




• 


389 


Robert E. Abbott Middle School 


1319 Washington St. 


Waukegan 


343 


Wauconda Community Hail 


505 E. Bonner Rd. 


Wauconda 


390 


Robert E, Abbott Middle School 


131 9 Washington St. 


Waukegan 


344 


Island Lake Municipal Building 


3720 Greenleaf Ave. 


Island Lake 


391 


Carman Buckner School 


520 Helmholz Ave. 


Waukegan 


345 


island like Municipal Building 


3720 Greenleaf Ave. 


' Island Lake 


392 


Community Recreation Center 


724 S, Genesee St. 


Waukegan 


346 


Wauconda Community Hall 


505 E. Bonner Rd. 


Wauconda 


393 


Carman Buckner School 


520 Helmholz Ave. 


Waukegan 


347 


Wauconda High School 


555 N. Main St. 


' Wauconda 


394 


Kukla Towers 


1440 Jackson SI. 


North Chicago 


348 


Wauconda Grade School 


225 Osage St. 


Wauconda 


395 


Lyon/Magnet School 


800S.EImwoodAve. 


, Waukegan 


349 


Wauconda Community Hall 


505 E. Bonner Rd. 


Wauconda 


396 


Thomas Jefferson Middle School 


600 S.Lewis Ave. 


Waukegan 


350 


Wauconda High School 


555 N, Main St. 


Wauconda 


397 


Katzenmaier School 


1829 Kennedy Dr. 


North Chicago 


351 


Wauconda High School 


555 N, Main St. 


Wauconda 


398 


Lyon/Magnet School 


800 S. Elmwood Ave. 


Waukegan 


352 


Transfiguration Church 


316 W. Mill St, 


Wauconda 


399 


Kukla Towers 


1440 Jackson St. 


North Chicago 


353 


Transfiguration Church 


316 W, Mil! SI. 


Wauconda 


400 


Lyon/Magnet School 


800 S. Elmwood Ave. 


Waukegan 


354 


Viscount Hall 


26730 N.Marion SI. 


Wauconda 


401 


Novak-King School 


1500 Kemble Ave. 


North Chicago 


458 


Island Lake Municipal Building 


3720 Greenleaf Ave. 


Island Lake 


402 


Thompson Manor 


1705 Sheridan Rd. 


North Chicago 


479 


Lakemoor Banquet Facility 


28874W.Hwy.120 


Lakemoor 






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480 


Lake County Discovery Museum 


27277 N. Forest Preserve Rd. 


Wauconda 


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403 


Cherokee School 


475 E.Cherokee Rd. 


Lake Forest 


WAUKEGAf 


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404 


Cherokee School 


475 E. Cherokee Rd, 


Lake Forest 


355 


McCall School 


3215N.McAreeRd. 


Waukegan 


405 


Cherokee School 


475 E. Cherokee Rd. 


Lake Forest 


356 


McCal! School 


3215N.McAreeRd. 


Waukegan 


406 


Christ Church of Lake Forest 


100 N. Waukegan Rd. 


Lake Forest 


357 


McCall School 


3215N.McAreeRd. 


Waukegan 


407 


Christ Church of Lake Forest 


100 N. Waukegan Rd. 


Lake Forest 


358 


Little Fort School 


1775BlanchardRd. 


Waukegan 


408 


Lake Forest West Side Train Station 


911 Telegraph Rd. 


Lake Forest 


359 


John Clark School 


601 Bianchard Rd. 


Waukegan 


409 


Lake Forest Senior Center 


100 E. Old Mill Rd. 


Lake Forest 


360 


Bowen Park (Jack Benny Center) 


39 Jack Benny Dr. 


Waukegan 


410 


Wayne Thomas School 


2939 Summit Ave. 


, Highland Park 


361 


John Clark School 


601 Bianchard Rd. 


Waukegan 


411 


Wayne Thomas School 


2939 Summit Ave. 


Highland Park 


362 


Oakdale School 


2230 N. McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


412 


Bannockburn Village Hall 


2275 Telegraph Rd. 


Bannockburn 


363 


Oakdale School 


2230 N. McAfee Rd. 


Waukegan 


413 


Deerfield High School 


1959 N. Waukegan Rd. 


Deerfield 


364 


Oakdale School 


2230 N. McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


414 


West DeerlieldTownshlp Office 


601 Deerfield Rd. 


Deerfield 


365 


Clearview School 


1700 Delaware Rd. 


Waukegan 


415 


West DeerfieldTownshlp Office 


601 Deerfield Rd. 


Deerfield 


366 


Greenwood School 


1919 North Ave. 


Waukegan 


416 


Deerfield High School 


1959 N. Waukegan Rd. 


Deerfield 


367 


Greenwood School 


1919 North Ave, 


Waukegan 


417 


.- Holy Cross Church 


724 Elder Ln. 


Deerfield 


368 


Grace Life Christian Church 


1203 Glen Flora Ave. 


Waukegan 


418 


Congregation B'naiTikvah 


1558WilmotRd. 


Deerfield • 


369 


Clearview School 


1700 Delaware Rd. 


Waukegan 


419 


Congregation B'naiTikvah • 


1558WilmotRd. 


Deerfield 


370 


St. John's United Church of Christ 


1 520 N. McAree Rd. 


Waukegan 


420 


St. Gregory's Episcopal Church 


835WilmotRd. 


Deerfield 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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No. Location 



Address 




WEST DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP ConL 

421 Holy Cross Church 

422 Hoty Cross Church 

423 Deerfield Village Hall 

424 DeeriieW Village Hall 

425 Patty Turner Senior Center 

426 SL Gregoiy's Episcopal Ctiurch 

427 Congregation Beth Or 

428 Congregation Beth Or 

429 St Gregory's Episcopal Church 

430 DeerfieW Golf Course Clubhouse 

HON TOWNSHIP 

431 Son Park District Leisure Center 

432 Shiloh Center 



724 Elder Ln 

724 Elder Ln. 
BSOWaukeganRd. 
BBOWaukeganRd 
375 Elm SL 
835Wi!molRd. 
2075 DeerfteM Rd. 
2075 Deerfield Rd. 
835WiimotRd. 
1201 Saunders Rd. 



2400 Dowie Memorial Dr. 
2600 Emmaus Ave. 



Village/City 



Deertield . 

Deertield 

Deertield 

Deertield 

Deerfield 

Deertield 

Deerfield 

Deerfield 

Deerfield 

Rjverwoods 



Son 
Son 



No. Location 



7J0N TOWNSHIP ConL 

433 Son Park District Leisure Center 

434 Shitoh Towers 

435 Shiloh Center 

436 Lakeview School 

437 Lakeview School 

438 HermonPark 

439 HermonPark 

440 Hermon Park 

441 Zion-Benton Township High School 

442 Lakeview School 

443 Son-Benton Township High School 

444 North Point Conmurirty Chnstiam Church 

445 North RoWCcfliruityCrinstianOtah 
481 North foWConmunity Christian Church 



Address 



2400 Dowie Memorial Dr. 
1525 27th SL 
2600 Emmaus Ave, 
2200 Bethesda Blvd. 
2200 Belhesda Blvd. 
2700 29th SL 
2700 29th SL 
2700 29th SL 
21st SL& Kenosha Rd. 
2200 Bethesda Blvd. 
21st St. & Kenosha Rd. 
900 N.Lewis Ave. 
900 N. Lewis Ave. 
900 N. Lewis Ave. 



Village/City 



Son 

Zion 

Son 

Zion 

Zion 

Zion 

Son 

Son 

Zion 

Son 

Son 

Winthrop Harbor 

Winthrop Harbor 

Winthrop Harbor 



I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE IS A TRUE AND CORRECT LISTING OF THE POLLING PLACE LOCATIONS FOR THE 
GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD IN LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, ON TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2006. 




WILLARD R. HELANDER, County Clerk 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 



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a write-in vote for a person who filed 
a Declaration of Intent To Be a Write-In 
Candidate form with the Lake County 
Clerk is valid, and therefore, counted. 

A write-in candidate must file his intent 
to be a write-in candidate by 5:00 p.m., 
Tuesday, March 14, 2006. While it is easy 
to write in a name on your ballot, a vote 
for an individual who has not filed as a 
write-in is not counted. 

To cast a write-in vote for a declared can- 
didate, clearly print the name on the line 
provided under the appropriate office and 
fill in the corresponding oval. To request a 
declaration form, call 847-377-231 1 . 



Voting by Absentee 
Ballot by Mail 

You may vote by absentee ballot if you: 

• expect to be absent from the 
county on Election Day. 

• are a student away at school. 

N • are physically incapacitated and 
unable to go to the polls. 

• are employed as an election 
judge not in your home polling 
place, are an election worker, or 
will perform official duties on 
Election Day 

• are observing a religious holiday 
which prevents your presence at 
the polls. 

• are serving as a juror on Election 
Day. 

• are admitted to the hospital within 
five days prior to the election. 

• are incarcerated as a pretrial 
detainee. 



First-Time Voters 

Who Register 

by Mail 

If you registered by mail and did not pro- 
vide proof of identity at the time you did 
so, the first time you vote you are required 
to show current and valid identification 
with your name and address. Valid forms 
of identification include IL driver's license, 
IL state ID, utility bill including voter's 
name and address, imprinted check book 
or bank statement. 

If you do not have any of these forms of 
ID, you are entitled to cast a provisional 
ballot. However, in order for your ballot to 
be counted, you must submit a copy of 
your ID to the Lake County Clerk's office 
by 5 p.m. on the second day after the 
election. 



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WHAT IS EARLY VOTES 




Lake County voters no longer need a 
reason or "excuse" to qualify to vote prior 
to Election Day. The Lake County Clerk's 
office is pleased to offer one of the state's 
most comprehensive early voting 
programs with 23 sites for early voting. 

Q. Who can vote early? 
A. Any registered voter. 

Q. When can I vote early? 
A. Beginning 22 days prior to an.election 
through the Thursday before Election 
Day. For hours of each location, see the 
listing below. 



Q. Where can I go to vote early? 
A. Your township office. (Waukegan or 
Newport Township residents vote at the 
County Clerk's office in Waukegan.) 
To find your early voting location see 
the listing below or visit our website at 
www.co.lake.il.us/cntyclk. 

Q. My township is not convenient to 
my village. Is there a more conve- 
nient option? 
A. If you live in the municipalities listed 
below, you can vote at either the munici- 
pal offices or the township offices. 



Q. What if hours for early voting in my 

area conflict with my schedule? 
A. You can vote early beginning February 
27 through close of business on Thursday, 
March 1 6 at the County Clerk's office in 
Waukegan Mon.- Fri. 8:30am-5:00pm and 
Sat., Sun., and holidays 9:00am-1 2:00pm 

Q. How does early voting differ from 

absentee voting? 
A. Absentee voting by mail or in person 
at the County Clerk's office requires valid 
reason, and begins 40 days before Elec- 
tion Day. 




Antioch Township 

1625 Deep Lake Rd., Lake Villa 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm 
(847)395-3378 Phone 

Avon Township 

433 E Washington St., Round Lake Park 
Monday -Thursday 8:30 am- 4:30 pm 
Friday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)546-1446 Phone 

Benton Township 

40023 N Green Bay Rd., Beach Park 
Monday-Thursday 8:30 am-1 2:00 pm 
and 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm 
Friday 8:30 am -12:00 pm 
(847)746-21 00. Phone 

Cuba Township 

28000 W Cuba Rd., Barrington 
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)381-1924 Phone 

Ela Township 

99 E Main St., Lake Zurich 
Monday-Thursday 8:30 am -. 5:00 pm 
Friday 8:30 am -1:00 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)438-7823 Phone 



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Fremont Township 

22376 W Erhart Rd., Mundelein 

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm 

Saturday before Election 9:00 am 

-12:00 pm 

(847)223-2847 Phone 

Grant Township 
26725 W Molidor, Ingleside 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Others by appointment in conjunc- 
tion with County Clerk's Office hours 
(847)740-2233 Phone 

Lake Villa Township 

37908 N Fairfield Rd., Lake Villa 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)356-2116 Phone . 

Libertyville Township 
359 Merrill Ct, Libertyville 
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
. (847)816-6800 Phone 

Moraine Township 

777 Central Avenue, Highland Park 

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 

Saturday before Election 9:00 am 

-12:00 pm 

(847)432-3240 Phone 



Shields Township 

906 MuirAve., Lake Bluff 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 
and 1:00 pm -4:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 ( pm " 
(847)234-0802 Phone 

Vernon Township 

3050 N Main St., Buffalo Grove 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)634-4600 Phone 

Warren Township 

17801 WWashington St., Gurnee 
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 
(847)244-1101 Phone 

Wauconda Township 

505 W Bonner Rd., Wauconda • 

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:00 pm 

Saturday before Election 9:00 am 

-12:00 pm 

(847)526-2631 Phone 

West Deerfield Township 

601 Deerfield Road, Deerfield 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:15 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)945-0614 Phone 

Zion Township 

2800 Sheridan Rd., Zion 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. 
(847)872-2811 Phone 



Village of Antioch 

874 Main St., Antioch 

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 

(847)395-1000 Phone 

Village of Buffalo Grove 

50 Raupp Blvd., Buffalo Grove 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am • 
-11:30 am' 
(847) 459-2500 Phone . v 

City of Highland Park 

1707 Saint Johns Ave., Highland Park 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 
(847)432-0800 Phone 

The City of Lake Forest 

220 E Deerpath, Lake Forest 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 
and 1:00 pm- 4:30 pm 
(847)234-2600 Phone 

Village of Lindenhurst 

2301 E Sand Lake Rd., Lindenhurst 

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 

Saturday before Election 9:00 am 

- 12:00 pm 

(847) 356-8252 Phone 

Village of Vernon Hills 

290 Evergreen Dr., Vernon Hills 
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 
Saturday before Election 9:00 am 
-12:00 pm 
(847)367-3700 Phone 



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